Frank Tyl stems from an expansive artistic background exploring music, visual media, and writing. He is currently an active freelance percussionist based in New York City and specializing in contemporary solo and chamber music repertoire. He has worked with and performed alongside Mobius Percussion Quartet, So Percussion, Ensemble LPR, Ensemble sans maître, Tristan Perich, Blind Ear, Nouveau Classical Project, Niia, Circles and Lines, MuSE (Multicultural Sonic Evolution), Cadillac Moon Ensemble and the New York Pops. He has appeared in such projects as Make Music New York, MADE Fashion Week, World Technology Awards Gala, and Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concerts.
In 2010 Frank became Artistic Director and percussionist of SYZYGY NEW MUSIC—an ensemble dedicated to the curation of innovative new concert works and collaborations. With SYZYGY, Frank has commissioned and premiered many new works and won grants from the Aaron Copland Fund for Music and the Jerome Foundation.
Frank has performed in venues at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Symphony Space, United Nations, (Le) Poisson Rouge, Galapagos Art Space, Roulette, 92|Y Tribeca, RedBull Space, Milk Studios, and Public Assembly, among others. An alumnus of the Juilliard Pre-College Division, he earned his B.M. at NYU studying percussion performance under Jonathan Haas, James Saporito, and Simon Boyar.