Josh Kyle is a highly respected faculty member at AIM’s Melbourne campus. His varied approach to music-making has seen him involved with many different musical experiences and settings.
He has released four albums under his own name – Possibilities (2010) Songs of Friends (2014), I Hear, Here I (2018) and Trombone Song Cycle (2018) music for four trombones and voice, with compositions by Kyle and arrangements by Andrew Murray. Trombone Song Cycle was awarded the 2019 APRA AMCOS Jazz Work of the Year as well as a Bell Award for Best Vocal Album.
Josh has worked extensively with cross disciplinary art/theatre makers Chamber Made Opera, and RAWCUS – a company of performers with and without disability. He is also a long-time member of Gian Slater’s improvising vocal ensemble Invenio.
Josh has presented various projects at the Melbourne, London, Stonnington, Perth and Wangaratta Festivals of Jazz as well as various clubs and theatres around the world.