​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ABOUT KYLE LANGLOIS

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Musician & Vocalist

Guitar.     Piano.     Mandolin.

Playing originals and all your favorites 

from yesterday's classics to today's hits.​

Kyle Langlois Music
Kyle Langlois Music
Kyle Langlois Music

All photos on this page courtesy of Isabella Grossling  (Instagram: @isabellag_photography)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Kyle Langlois is a young, aspiring musician from Western MA. Kyle enjoys playing a variety of pop/rock hits on guitar, piano and mandolin at local venues, private parties and charitable events.


In January 2021, Kyle joined the staff at Berklee College of Music as their Boston Admissions Interviewer. He'll function as the primary interviewer for the admissions A&I initiative, assuring the highest quality experience for the applicant in regards to the interview component of the application. His position supports the Board of Admissions in meeting annual enrollment objectives by participating in Berklee Boston's audition and interview events.


In December 2020, Kyle graduated Summa Cum Laude at Berklee College of Music in Boston with a Bachelors of Music in Music Performance and a Minor in Music Technology. He will continue his graduate studies beginning in August 2021 at Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain, with a merit scholarship for their one-year Contemporary Performance (Production Concentration) Degree.


During his time at Berklee, Kyle earned two Berklee Music Achievement Grants (2018 and 2019). In April 2020, he was awarded the Certificate for Community Engagement and Leadership, an award that honors students who have shown a strong commitment to social justice, community outreach and engagement, diversity, and inclusion.  Kyle was a Berklee Student Ambassador, representing Berklee at events and auditions on campus and around the world. 


​During his first two years at Berklee, Kyle was the bass vocalist for On The Vox, one of Berklee's premier a cappella groups. He spent his last years as the bass vocalist for Point of Departure, Berklee's only vocal jazz group.


Kyle first performed on stage at age 7 in the Dan Kane Singers' Christmas Show, with a solo performance before an audience of 5,000. He began his formal music instruction that same year and spent the next 10 years studying piano, guitar, bass clarinet and voice. 


In high school, Kyle played bass clarinet in the Honors Wind Ensemble, guitar and tenor sax in the Jazz Bands, and sang in the Honors Camerata Choir. He is also classically trained in piano. He earned seats in the MMEA (Massachusetts Music Educators Association) District Orchestra, MMEA District Band, All-State Orchestra and All-State Symphonic Band.


He was awarded scholarships to the UMass Jazz in July program and Berklee College of Music's 5-week Summer Music Program. He also won First Place in the Majestic Theater's 2015 Season Open Mic Night. Kyle was one of 20 top students from the Berklee Summer Music Program to earn a four year scholarship. 

In January 2017, Kyle was nominated by the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to represent Massachusetts as a candidate for the U. S. Presidential Scholars Program, one of only two students nominated from Hampden County in Massachusetts. Presidential Scholars are selected for outstanding performance in academics, leadership and community service ​along with exceptional talent in the visual, creative and performing arts.     


In May, Kyle was awarded the 2017 Louis Armstrong Jazz Award, which recognizes one high school senior for outstanding musical achievement in the area of jazz and an incredible dedication to their high school jazz program. He also received the Massachusetts Music Educators Association's Western District Scholarship and the Albert J. Mastroianni Scholarship, awarded to a student who has a strong work ethic, good character, involvement in community service and plans to further their achievements in the musical arts.


Kyle continuously strives to improve his musical abilities and looks forward to pursuing a career in what he ​loves most, making music.