Hailing from Toronto, Nick Forget is a 21-year-old multi-instrumentalist and composer currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Music program at Humber College, and is set to graduate this year. Mainly focusing on trombone but also playing piano and trumpet, Nick has studied with many world-renowned musicians such as Vincent Gardner, Christopher Crenshaw, Marshall Gilkes, and has studied trombone performance with Kelsley Grant whilst studying at Humber. Nick has played on several recordings, notably including the JUNO winning album “Now Pronouncing” by Caity Gyorgy. In the midst of recording his debut album, Nick’s music blends hard-bop and post-bop with a modern jazz approach, and highlights the beauty of interaction between musicians and recreating the traditional sounds of legendary jazz recordings, juxtaposed with a unique and expressive trombone sound, improvisational approach, and compositional style.