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Wangaratta 2011: Paul Grabowsky / Sandy Evans

Nov 2, 2011 Updated Nov 16, 2011

Wangaratta 2011 played host to the premier duo performance of these two Australian Jazz luminaries.


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Paul Grabowsky and Sandy Evans gallery

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Paul Grabowsky; piano

Sandy Evans; tenor and soprano saxophones

Pictures and interview: October 29, 2011
Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre
Interview: Jessica Nicholas
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Artist Biography


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...

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On Nov 12, 2011. 3:03am
rickroma said

Very Nice !

On Nov 11, 2011. 8:23am
eloy77 said

Paul Atherstone is a great composer

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