Eastman’s Trombone Choir has performed numerous times throughout the current year, however, this concert wasspecial because it served as the 80thbirthday party for the ensemble. Emory Remington founded the choir in 1941 as trombone professor and is a legacy at the university today. Today, Mark Kellogg and Larry Zalkind are responsible for continuing this tradition. The concert also featured two Trombonists, Donald Hunsberge and Michael Davis, to play with and conduct the choir but also to represent the various generations of the choir. Through this concert, they are able to honor the past but also look towards the future.