Member Profile: Kyle Vanderburg
Kyle Vanderburg (b. 1986) composes eclectically polystylistic music fueled by rhythmic drive and melodic infatuation. Comfortable in both acoustic and electronic media, his works have found performances by ensembles such as Brave New Works, Access Contemporary Music, Luna Nova, and the Oklahoma Laptop Ensemble, and his electronic works have appeared at national and international conferences including ICMC, EMUfest, SCI, CICTeM, N_SEME, and the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival. His recent collaborations include sonification of climate data with the South Central Climate Science Center. A native of Missouri, Kyle holds degrees from Drury University (AB), where he studied composition with Carlyle Sharpe, and the University of Oklahoma (MM, DMA), where he studied with composers Marvin Lamb, Konstantinos Karathanasis, Roland Barrett, and Marc Jensen. He has also participated in composition masterclasses with David Maslanka, Chris Brubeck, Eric V. Hachikian, Joël-François Durand, Benjamin Broening, and Daniel Roumain. Kyle’s music is available through his publishing imprint and musical workshop, NoteForge, which also produces a variety of solutions such as the Encore recital management system and Ictus rehearsal scheduler. For more information, visit KyleVanderburg.com.