Founding Member of the RMSO
Award-winning Trombonist Dylan Martin has performed extensively on 3 continents, winning the coveted Drum Corps International Performers' Showcase in 2014 as a member of the Blue Devils, the same year the corps won the DCI World Championship title with a score of 99.65, the highest score ever recorded.
Dylan's influences include Joseph Alessi, Alain Trudel, and Christian Lindberg. Dylan performs in both jazz and classical styles on Alto Trombone, Tenor Trombone, and Euphonium.
Dylan’s post-secondary studies were under the guidance of noted perfomer and pedagogue James Scott, Principal Trombone of the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra.
As a soloist, Dylan has performed the Hidas Florida Concerto for Tenor and Bass Trombone and Eric Ewazen’s Sonata (Concerto No.1). The Ewazen was recorded and broadcast on CKUA as part of their "University Concert Hall" series.
Dylan also performs with Alberta Winds, Prime Time Big Band, and the Calgary Jazz Orchestra.