Jazz/traditional trombonist Don Immel (pronounced em-uhl) may be the grandson of Earl Immel, a professor of music at Valley University in LA, CA; the kid of Dean Immel, a community school music movie director; as well as the nephew of Jerrold Immel, a composer for film and tv. He was created in Simi Valley, CA, spent his youth in NORTH PARK, and attended senior high school in Auburn, WA. He examined piano from age range seven to 11 and started playing the trombone at nine. He gained two undergraduate music levels from Central Washington School, in overall performance and music education, and trained in public colleges for just two years, after that enrolled at Grain University or college in Texas, generating a Expert of Music level in trombone overall performance. He trained at Pacific Lutheran University or college, after that at the University or college of Washington. He relocated to Hawaii to be the main trombonist using the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra and later on became the main trombonist for the South Jutland Symphony Orchestra in Denmark, which necessitated a proceed to that nation. Furthermore to his traditional and academic actions, he has made an appearance onstage support such performers as Chris Botti, Doc Severinsen, Cyrus Chestnut, Jon Faddis, Billy Childs, Larry Coryell, Renee Fleming, Elvis Costello, Bernadette Peters, and Linda Ronstadt, and performed on numerous film soundtracks like the Matrix 3: Revolutions, The Newton Kids, The Mothman Prophecies, Keeping the Trust, and Crocodile Dundee in L.A. Throughout his profession, Immel structured and used several jazz, rock and roll and ska rings, aswell as modern traditional ensembles. In 2007, to market the primacy from the trombone as a musical instrument, he released his 1st solo album, GOOD WAY House, on Elemental Information.