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Lee Ritenour - Guitar

Wesley Ritenour - Drums

Holger Marjamaa - Keys

Petar Krstajic - Bass

Lee Ritenour(原名Lee Mack Ritenour,1952年1月11日出生于洛杉矶)他的职业生涯至今一直在个人的创造性视野和群体的活力之间保持着微妙的平衡。60年代末,他与Mamas and the Papas乐队一起做了第一次实验,由于Lee在十几岁时就展示出了惊人的灵活性,他们称他为“Captain Fingers”。

从他70年代早期的录音开始,Lee已经获得了1个格莱美奖和19项格莱美提名,多次在吉他民意调查中排名第一,加拿大SJ奖的终身成就奖,以及著名的南加州大学的“年度校友”奖。他已经录制了40多张专辑,收录了35首流行歌曲。作为一名吉他手,他将自己多种多样的音乐风格和高超的技巧结合在一起,与不同领域的艺术家进行了3000多次的合作。Lee还是当代爵士乐中被认为最成功的团体Fourplay的创始成员之一。

2010年,Lee推出了专辑《6 String Theory》以此庆祝自己吉他手生涯50年。《6 String Theory》由Steve Lukather、Neal Schon、John Scofield、Slash、Mike Stern、George Benson和B.B. King参与录音,这张专辑还邀请Andy McKee、Joe Robinson和Guthrie Govan共同合作。与此同时,他的第一次6 String Theory Competition多国大赛由Yamaha、Berklee College of Music、Montreux Jazz Festival、Blue Note Tokyo、Crown of the Continents Guitar Workshop and Festival、Monster、Premier Guitar、Jazz Monthly、Music Connection、Concord Records和D’Addario共同赞助举办。

The Six String Theory多国大赛继续发展,现已经扩展到包括钢琴、贝斯和鼓的节奏组比赛。2012年,大奖得主有幸与Lee一起录制专辑《Rhythm Sessions》,共同参与录制的大师还包括Chick Corea、George Duke、Stanley Clarke、Dave Grusin、Marcus Miller等名人。2014年的获奖者可在著名的蒙特勒爵士音乐节上获得表演机会,当时的吉他大奖得主Tony Pusztai还在Ritenour 2015年的专辑《A Twist of Rit》中参与录制了一首歌曲,在这张专辑中参与录音的音乐家还包括格莱美奖得主Dave Grusin、Dave Weckl、John Beasley和Ernie Watts。2016年比赛的获奖亮点包括:伯克利音乐学院奖学金、与Lee Ritenour在Blue Note Tokyo的演出机会;在马里布Woodshed Recording Studio录音棚录制Lee即将发行的专辑机会;在风景优美的蒙大拿州的Crown Guitar Festival的演出机会及奖学金。其他奖品包括提:供录音时的机酒、雅马哈器材的使用和代言、Lee Ritenour的专业指导,品牌Monster和D’Addario提供的奖品。该比赛每两年举行一次,刚刚结束了第六届比赛,参赛者分别来自55个国家。

Lee Ritenour, (born Lee Mack Ritenour, 11 January 1952, Los Angeles, CA, USA) has maintained a delicate balance between the individual creative vision and the group dynamic, since the beginning of his career. He did his first session work in the late ‘60s with the Mamas and the Papas, who dubbed him Captain Fingers for demonstrating incredible dexterity while still in his teens.

Since his early recordings in the 1970s, he has earned a GRAMMY Award and 19 GRAMMY nominations, numerous #1 spots on guitar polls, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Canadian SJ Awards, and a prestigious “Alumnus of the Year” Award from the University of Southern California. He has recorded more than 40 albums that have yielded 35 chart songs. As a young guitarist, he put his combination of diverse musical styles and brilliant technical chops to work on more than 3,000 sessions with a broad spectrum of artists, and was a founding member of Fourplay, which is considered the most successful group in contemporary jazz.

Lee celebrated five decades as a guitarist in 2010 with the release of 6 String Theory, which features Steve Lukather, Neal Schon, John Scofield, Slash, Mike Stern, George Benson and B.B. King. The album also introduced Andy McKee, Joe Robinson and Guthrie Govan. The record was in conjunction with his first multinational 6 String Theory Competition, sponsored by Yamaha, Berklee College of Music, Montreux Jazz Festival, Blue Note Tokyo, Crown of the Continents Guitar Workshop and Festival, Monster, Premier Guitar, Jazz Monthly, Music Connection, Concord Records and D’Addario.

The Six String Theory competition continues to grow, and has now expanded to include a Rhythm Section competition for Piano, Bass and Drums. In 2012, the Grand Prize winners were honored to appear with Lee on Rhythm Sessions, which also features luminaries such as Chick Corea, George Duke, Stanley Clarke, Dave Grusin, Marcus Miller and many others. The 2014 winners performed at the illustrious Montreux Jazz Festival and the guitar grand prize winner, Tony Pusztai, recorded a track on Ritenour’s 2015 A Twist of Rit album starring greats such as: Academy® & Grammy® winning Dave Grusin, Dave Weckl, John Beasley, and Ernie Watts. Prize highlights for the 2016 competition included: Berklee College of Music Scholarships; performance at the legendary Blue Note Tokyo with Lee Ritenour and up-and-coming All-Star musicians from Japan; recording on Lee Ritenour’s forthcoming album at the stunning Woodshed Recording Studio in Malibu and Scholarships and Performances at Crown Guitar Festival in scenic Montana. Other prizes include travel and hotel for performance and recording opportunities, Yamaha Instruments & Endorsements, Professional Mentoring with Lee Ritenour, Monster and D’Addario prizes. The competition is held bi-annually and has just completed the 6th competition with applicants from 55 countries.

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