Rale Micic

Born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia, guitarist and composer Rale Micic is one of the most original guitarists in jazz today. Over past three years, guitarist Rale Micic established himself as one of the most inventive voices on the music scene, leading a quintet featuring jazz great Tom Harrell. “The New York jazz scene, and by extension jazz’s modern mainstream, has Rale Micic to thank for a portion of its continued growth” wrote Jim Santella in All About Jazz.

Rale Micic is CTA Records recording artist and has been featured in numerous publications including Downbeat, JazzTimes, LA Times, San Diego Tribune, Boston Globe, etc. He has performed at prominent jazz clubs and music festivals in US and Europe including Catalina Jazz Club, Blues Alley, Scullers Jazz Club, Dizzy’s, San Jose Jazz Festival, Hartford International Jazz Festival, etc.

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“Micic is bringing an intriguing new perspective to the jazz guitar.” LA TIMES

“One of the most interesting young guitarists on the New York City scene”” ALL ABOUT JAZZ

“Micic summons up dulcet tones and delightful lyricism on originals which blends jazz with Balkan melodies and rhythms.” JAZZ TIMES

“Micic is the cool cat, and Serbia is mellow, tight and tasteful, . Micic is a subtle, intelligent player who echoes the likes of Jim Hall.” DOWNBEAT

“Micic’s technique, lyricism, mature compositions and modern flair make the distinguished Serbia one to track down.” KJAZZ Guide Highlights

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Albums

3
3
CTA Records
2010
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Serbia
Serbia
CTA Records
2006
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Bridges
Bridges
CTA Records
2003
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Videos

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