Paul Atherstone Grabowsky (born 27 September 1958) is an Australian pianist and composer. Biography: Paul Grabowsky is a pianist and composer who was born in 1958 in Lae, Papua New Guinea; his father Alistair had lived in Papua New Guinea with his wife Charlotte since the 1930s working on oil rigs, building roads, flying planes and playing the drums. His older brother Michael took great interest in the young Paul and helped to encourage his passion for music. He later worked with Paul co-ordinating and producing many of his television and film scores in the 90's. Grabowsky grew up in suburban Glen Waverley, Melbourne, and began piano lessons when he was five years old. He studied the classical repertoire with Mack Jost, senior lecturer in piano at the Conservatorium of Music at the University of Melbourne from the age of seven until his university years. He attended Wesley College and it was that school's jazz band which introduced him to the genre. 1980s: Immersing himself in...
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