Court Laslop is an active member of the Edmonton music community. He holds a Performance degree from the University of Alberta, where he served as principal percussionist in both the Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra. Court has also attended the music program at Grant MacEwan College and spent a residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts. Court has performed with ensembles such as the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, University of Alberta/Grant MacEwan Jazz Band, New Edmonton Wind Sinfonia, Mill Creek Colliery Band, Jubiloso bells of Concordia, Da Camera Singers, Opera NUOVA, the Edmonton Youth Orchestra and the Alberta Wind Symphony. He has performed with many top artists, most notably Robert Rumbelow, Heidi Klassen, Malcolm Forsyth, Howard Cable, Ben Heppner, Dominic Spera, Tommy Banks, Jens Lindemann, and recently gave a performance for Queen Elizabeth II. His teachers have included Leigh Howard Stevens, Brian Thurgood, Brian Jones, Trevor Brandenburg, and Clarence Samuelson. Court can be heard on Arktos records. Court currently resides in Devon, Alberta where he continues to perform, teach and give clinics for students.