Meet The Owners

Barry Kyle

Owner/Master Instructor Tap~Jazz~Hip Hop~Lyrical

Barry Kyle is originally from Martinsville VA. Barry specializes in the fields of tap, jazz, lyrical, and hip hop. His 52 years of dancing has taken him all over the world producing choreography for groups in the United States, Canada, Italy, Mexico, Russia and Germany. He has judged and taught master classes for almost every major dance competition in America and abroad. Barry has been seen performing on HBO, Showtime, and Showtime at the Apollo in New York City, and also for promotional video's in Atlantic City and Las Vegas, working with such stars as Diana Ross, the late Marvin Gaye, Janet Jackson, the late Michael Jackson, Paula Abdul, and Julian Lennon just to name a few. Barry has choreographed award winning routines for numerous national talent competitions, ballet companies, and music videos. He was also a choreographer for the National Football League's St. Louis Rams cheerleaders. Barry was chosen to star as a cartoon character named Syncopate in a television show; he also played the role of legendary tapper Bill Bo jangles Robinson in a 3-D animated movie. Barry was featured on MTV's America's Best Dance Crew, Season 1, during the 25th Anniversary of Michael Jackson's Thriller Album episode. In July of 2009 Barry choreographed and performed in concert with Lucho Silva and the Kumbia Kings. Barry choreographed an industrial for Image Technologies Corp. starring Trez Gregory, former singer with Brooks & Dunn. He also choreographed a piece and performed with his performance company BPAC in Dallas, TX at the “Move To Groove Ball”, an offshoot of the Carnival held in Los Angeles, CA. Barry was the 3rd Vice Director for the AAU/Urban Dance League Board of Directors for the South Texas District in 2008-2010. Barry choreographed the opening number for the Motivated “Pro”formance Conference in March 2014. For the last 5 years Barry has choreographed the opening number for several national competition organizations.

Angela Pineda-Kyle


Angela Pineda-Kyle, from Houston, has been a dance educator/choreographer for 40 years. Her award winning choreography, and unique teaching techniques have placed her as one of the top tap & ballet instructors in the nation. Many of her students are currently with major dance & touring companies throughout the world. Angela’s professional credits include Resident Choreographer for 15 years with Starmakers of the Northwest. She was a cast member with the touring Broadway companies of Brigadoon & My Fair Lady, She was also a performer and choreographer in SMNW’s productions of Gypsy, West Side Story, Grease, & Bye Bye Birdie. She played the lead role in “The Bad Seed”, “The Glass Menagerie”, & "Our Town" while at Lon Morris College. While a student at Lon Morris she was offered the position of their Dance/Drill Team Director. She was the Artistic Director and Choreographer for the National Championship Dance Team “The Rhythmasters” for 13 Years in Houston, TX. Angela's own daughters were members of the 2002 & 2003 State & National Champion Marching Auxillaries 5A Dance/Drill Team: The Jersey Village Gold Dusters which gave her the opportunity to work with Drill Team Hall Of Fame Director Ms. Betty Buchner. Angela trained with such greats as Henry LeTang (choreographer for the movie “TAP”), Gregory Hines, Buster Cooper, Ann Reinking, Utah Ground, Buddy & Betty Gorganus, Shirley Gao Lee (former prima ballerina of the People's Republic of China), Fredrick Strobel of Houston Ballet Academy, Dina Vail, Patsy Swayze & Patrick Swayze, Chesley Krohn, and many more. She is certified with honors through Dance Educators of America. She is currently a judge for many dance competition companies, and teaches master classes and performance/competition choreography all over the nation. Angela had the opportunity to teach dance to the Duff sisters, Hilary and Haylie in their childhood years while living in Texas, as well as Renee' Olsted of the sitcom "Still Standing", the "Secret Life of an American Teenager" and most recently in the movie "Unfriended" , Sarah Hagan of the "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" TV series, and her sister Katie Hagan who was in "Deep Impact". They all trained in dance and the TV/Film acting department at Angela's studio, Lakewood Elite Performing Arts Academy, and were discovered while still students there, under the acting tutilege of Angela's sister, Tracy Dunivan. Angela is the inventor of the revolutionary training tool for pirouettes: The Spin Spot!



Kyle Conservatory of Performing Arts

Phone : 830-221-8311
Mailing Address : 1501 Bunton Creek Rd, Suite 101 & 102         

Kyle, Texas 78640

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