Remi Noel is a trombonist, composer and educator based in Edmonton, Alberta. Remi studied Performance at MacEwan University where he worked with Edmonton based Trombonist and Composer Dr. Craig Brenan. Remi has been involved with a number of MacEwan University faculty/almuni projects including recording Alan Gilliland's “MacEwan Suite" for the album “Song From My Heart". Remi has performed alongside such artists as Hilario Duran, Jeff Antoniuk, Terell Stafford, PJ Perry, Jazz Messengers alumnus Steve Davis, WCMA winner Rafael Freynet, Edmonton Recording artist Ann Vriend, Juno award winner Emilie Claire Barlow, Col. Chris Hadfield and Senator Tommy Banks.
In 2013 Remi made the move to London, England for 6 months where he studied and worked in London's stunning “West End" Theatre community. Remi can be found as a mainstay of the Edmonton music scene, performing with a variety of groups, including the Edmonton Jazz Orchestra, Don Berner Sextet, Don Berner Big Band, Marco Claveria project, AC-Dixie and Edmonton Jazz Collective, Experience Points!, as well as with his own Remi Noel Sextet and Remi Noel Little Big Band. He has also toured jazz clubs throughout western Canada and performed in renowned venues including Edmonton's Yardbird Suite, The Winspear Centre and Jubilee Auditorium and Winnipeg's Centre Culturel de Franco Manitobain as well as various international venues.
Remi is currently in pre-production of his first album of original music which will be released in the fall of 2018. He continues to maintain a busy schedule of touring, performing, and teaching and recently appeared with multi Grammy Award winner, Maria Schneider.