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Rale Micic

Rale Micic

Rale Micic


Born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia, guitarist and composer Rale Micic (pron. Rah-Leh Mee-chee-ch) skillfully fuses culture with timeless jazz. Rale has come a long way - from a young boy struggling to have his music heard on the European jazz scene to being one of the most original guitarists in New York City today. With his debut album 'Bridges' released on CTA Records in 2003, Rale Micic created cult-like following among music fans with his mix of jazz and haunting melodies from the Balkans. Read more on Last.fm
Born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia, guitarist and composer Rale Micic (pron. Rah-Leh Mee-chee-ch) skillfully fuses culture with timeless jazz. Rale has come a long way - from a young boy struggling to have his music heard on the European jazz scene to being one of the most original guitarists in New York City today. With his debut album 'Bridges' released on CTA Records in 2003, Rale Micic created cult-like following among music fans with his mix of jazz and haunting melodies from the Balkans. On his latest release entitled Serbia, recently released on CTA Records, Micic establishes himself as one of the most inventive voices on the music scene today.

He is joined by renowned Grammy-nominated trumpet player Tom Harrell, Bob Reynolds on tenor, Sean Conly on bass and Gregory Hutchinson on drums. In 1995, Rale migrated to the United States upon receiving a scholarship from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. He has studied with notable professors such as George Garzone, Hal Crook, John Thomas and Bob Brookmeyer. Under the mentorship of legendary guitarist Mick Goodrick (instructor to guitarists Pat Metheny and John Scofield), Rale’s playing and composition skills flourished. Upon graduating in 2000, Rale moved to New York City and formed the Rale Micic Quintet. Rale Micic recently signed an endorsement deal with D'Addario strings, joining the likes of guitarists Pat Metheny, John Scofield and Lenny Kravitz.

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