TUBA, TROMBONE, TRUMPET, HORN, FLUTE, CLARINET, SAX & GUITAR
Rick Lett has degrees in Music and Music Education. He also has studied orchestral music at the Banff Centre, jazz improvisation through the Berklee School of Music, and attended a variety of workshops and seminars in classical and jazz music. He has performed with symphony orchestras here and overseas, toured and recorded with brass quintets and played guitar and bass in just about every style imaginable, from stadium rock shows to intimate jazz venues to film work to music theater. He has taught school band for many years, as well as teaching low brass at the University of Saskatchewan, and brass and jazz improvisation at Medicine Hat College. He currently adjudicates for music festivals and gives workshops for woodwind, brass, and guitar players, and still loves to teach. He has had students play with groups as diverse as the National Youth Orchestra of Canada, the Boston Symphony, Ornette Coleman, and Rod Stewart's touring band.