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About Kyle Robinson

Kyle Robinson, of Plymouth, MA, was the kind of person who only comes around once in a lifetime. Within his 21 years, he gave others memories to cherish while living every day to the fullest.  Kyle embodied the definition of friendship. He personified loyalty and delight. His high spirits and joyful attitude were contagious. Any person that came into contact with Kyle can say that they were forever changed. 


Kyle spent his high school years as a friend, mentor, and musician. As a member of Plymouth North's Northern Lights, Kyle spread his love for music through a capella. As the director of Menergy, an all-male a capella group, Kyle's hilarious antics, and passionate dedication proved his ability to lead, as well as craft unique and memorable arrangements. Through many notable theater roles, for example, Mark in Rent or Seymour in Little Shop, Kyle graced the stage both on and off, with constant reassurance and support for his friends. In his spare time, Kyle would enjoy the company of his friends, work towards his Eagle Scout, work at theater camps and the local hospital as a cook, and always managed to make time for his loved ones.


Kyle would have been a senior Music Industry major at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY.  He excelled at performing, producing, and was regularly on the Dean’s List. Kyle wore many hats during his time at The College of Saint Rose. His role in the school’s student-run record label, Rose Record Label Group, included his position as Vice President of Petals Promotions, a valued producer in Thorn Productions, and a pioneer for projects in the record label. One of these projects included the production of “The Sleepover Sessions”, a video series of live studio performances and interviews with local artists. Kyle participated in many performing groups in school and outside of school. Kyle was the school’s first pick for many student performances on campus. When not singing solo, Kyle could be seen performing backup for almost every student, playing tambourine, or even ripping a mean melodica solo.  No matter who you were or how difficult the piece, Kyle would agree to play and end up stealing the show. He also took part in a couple of bands that performed in the greater Capital Region including a beach-pop band named “Waitress” and his favorite: a rock band named “Pacer Test”. 


On July 6th, 2020, Kyle passed away in a tragic car accident with no fault of his own. 


 We believe Kyle would want to give opportunities to those as special as he was. To continue Kyle’s legacy, we have created the Kyle Robinson Memorial Foundation to provide scholarships for musicians, producers, and those who do good for others.  The foundation’s goal is to support those who have the ability to live out their dreams like Kyle would have if he had been given the chance.