Matthew Doyle was born and raised in Sydney; he is a Descendant of the Muruwari People from Northwest NSW. Studied at NAISDA College 1985-88 and then became a founding member of AIDT the Company.
Matthew is a Dancer, Musician, Songman, Didgeridoo player, Cultural Consultant and Educator with over 35 years’ experience in the Performing Arts across all genres.
He has toured extensively in Australia and Abroad performing in many Countries as both a soloist and a Collaborator.
He has Performed in Major events such as 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games as well as the Sydney 2000 Opening and Closing Ceremonies and the ABC Millennium Broadcast on top of the Sydney Opera House.
He Opened the Indigenous Gallery Musee Du Quay Branly in Paris, World Expo Japan, I am Eora Sydney Festival Production, World Youth Day and welcomed the Pope and has Members of the Royal Family to Sydney. Matthew also opened the New Australian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, With Djakapura Munyarryun and William Barton.
He has recorded several CDs of his own music and has co composed and has been Cultural Consultant for Bangarra Dance Theatre on 2 Productions. Has also worked with Grandmaster Shakuhachi Player Riley Lee, James Morrison, Colin Offord, TAIKOZ, Legs on the Wall, Sydney and Queensland Symphony Orchestras and the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
Matthew Doyle currently works with Jannawi Dance Clan, The Gamay Dancers and appeared on the Voice this year with Jessica Mauboy. Matthew has also been working in the Indigenous Arts in Education for the last 20 years and is a panel member of the Indigenous Advisory Panel for the City of Sydney Council.