Five trombones - one extraordinary experience! I Tromboni was formed in 1999 when five of Canada's finest young trombonists dedicated themselves to the promotion and performance of live music for the trombone quintet. The initial concept behind I Tromboni was to create a virtuoso ensemble capable of reaching diverse audiences by combining unique arrangements of both well-known and new music with stylish and often humorous delivery. The group incorporates music of many genres into their performances including baroque, classical, jazz, romantic, contemporary and popular styles. I Tromboni have played extensively on Canada's west coast, including well-received performances at the Vancouver East Cultural Centre and the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts and Edmonton's Winspear Centre. The group has taken part in many events including the Banff Summer Music Festival, the Pacific Contact 2005 and Vancouver's Listen Up! Festival. The group's debut CD, I Tromboni: there goes the neighborhood, can be heard regularly from coast to coast on CBC radio broadcasts. When not performing in concert or recording, I Tromboni is dedicated to the musical education of future generations of concert-goers and music lovers by giving masterclasses and performing over 120 of their educational programs for thousands of students of all ages every year. This new ensemble is raising the bar when it comes to combining artistry with education and entertainment. Make I Tromboni a part of your musical experience! Audiences are as universally delighted when "O Canada" transforms itself into Canada's other national anthem, "Hockey Night In Canada", as they are bewildered when "Flight of the Bumblebee" is magically spun out from the bells of trombones. There's no mistaking it; these guys are the Team Canada of Trombones.