Kyle Tanguay has been performing since the age of ten and is extremely passionate about what he does. Growing up in Rochester, New Hampshire, Kyle started his training at Fusion Dance Academy in Dover, New Hampshire under the direction of Jamie Gagner. Upon graduating from Spaulding High School in 2016, he was fortunate enough to join the faculty of nationally touring dance competition and convention, Dancers Inc. Kyle is a graduate from The University of the Arts with his BFA in Dance, earned while under the direction of Donna Faye Burchfield. He has been featured in works by artists such as Amy Hall Garner, Gary Jeter, Wayne St. David, Kyle & Dinita Clark, as well as Sidra Bell. Some of Kyle’s notable performance credits include American Idol Season 3, The Dizzy Feet Gala (Los Angeles, CA), and Luca Fogale’s ‘Half Saved’ music video in which he was also the choreographer (Philadelphia, PA). Other performance credits include shows in Orlando, Florida, New York City, and Boston, Massachusetts. Kyle is excited to be represented by Lucille DiCampli Artist Representation and to currently be working with Vanessa Long Dance Company as well as with the Philadelphia Eagles performing as a Cheerleader within the National Football League.