Kyle DeCoste

PhD Student in Ethnomusicology

Kyle DeCoste holds a BA in music and arts administration from Bishop's University (2012) and an MA in musicology from Tulane University (2015). In his master's thesis, he applied a black feminist theoretical lens to brass band performance in New Orleans. He is a recipient of the Maynard Klein Award from the Newcomb Department of Music (Tulane University, 2014) and honorable mention for the Wong Tolbert Student Paper Prize from the Section for the Status of Women (Society for Ethnomusicology, 2014). Kyle has presented his research at conferences including the Society for Ethnomusicology, the EMP Pop Conference, and Feminist Theory and Music.

Kyle's most recent article, "Street Queens: New Orleans Brass Bands and the Problem of Intersectionality" appears in Ethnomusicology 61 (2).

Degrees from Other Institutions: 
BA
with honors
Music
Bishop's University
2012
MA
Musicology
Tulane University
2015