Maestro David Paul Kyle was a voice and metaphysics teacher who lived in Seattle, WA. David Kyle had mastered seven instruments by the age of 20, and was given his title of Maestro by the renowned conductor Arthur Fiedler from the Boston symphony orchestra. During his early career he shared an office with Irving Berlin at Carnegie Hall. The Maestro taught voice, lectured and conducted for 32 years at his studio in Carnegie Hall in New York, conducted the San Francisco symphony orchestra for 4 years, and taught voice for nearly 30 years in Seattle. He trained some of the most famous stars in show business history. Imagine the walls of his Seattle studio hidden by framed and autographed photos of people such as Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Mae West, John Wayne, Judy Garland, Ann and Nancy Wilson, Kenny G, Geoff Tate, Layne Staley, Terry Young and others.
The Maestro passed away November 27, 2004 at the age of 87, but lives on through the great voices he trained, and a legacy of life changing principles he enthusiastically shared with his students. Positive words of wisdom and loving encouragement poured from his soul. He was "Wonderful!!!"