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Austrian guitarist Robert Pawlik releases now his third CD together with Michaela Rabitsch, singer and Austrias only female top jazztrumpetplayer. “Moods” is their first common recording on which they exclusively focus on their original compositions.

Robert Pawlik - guitarist, composer, arranger, mixing and recording.
Born and grown up in Vienna, piano lessons at the age of 7. With 12 years he changed to guitar and after receiving his university-entrance diploma he studied jazzguitar at the Conservatory of Vienna, Postgraduate at AIM (with Les Wise, Wayne Brasel, Karl Ratzer) . Concerts and recordings with Al Fats Edwards, Andy Lee Lang, Respect, Five in Love, ...
For more than ten years now he works together with Michaela Rabitsch, either in duo or in quartet. They developed a unique sound, composing a lot of their repertoire together in interaction. In the last years he gained international reputation performing at international Festivals like Sibiu (Romania), Moskow (Russia), Tel Aviv (Israel) or Burghausen (Germany), to name a few.


Gibson L5, Gibson 165, 2 Fender strats, 2 Fender Telecasters, Santa Cruz acoustic guitar and a few others. Fender Deluxe Reverb amp, Fender Tone Master, Vox AC30, Marshall and many effect boxes.




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