Michaela Rabitsch & Robert Pawlik at Green Hours (Romania) on March 4th


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Michaela Rabitsch & Robert Pawlik come back to Romania, after two very successful Festival appearances at Sibiu Jazz Festival and Ploiesti Hot Jazz Summit in 2007, they perform at Green Hours, the most well known jazz club in Bucharest, Romania, at the 4th of March 2010. The Show starts at 21:00. greenhours.ro

Michaela Rabitsch--singer and Austria's only female top jazz trumpet player--described as “a modern day female Chet Baker" by the US Jazz magazine Jazzscene --and her ingenious partner - guitarist Robert Pawlik are presenting Jazz with catchy melodies, strong harmonies, groovy rhythms and adventurous improvisations in a fine balanced vocal--instrumental mix.

With lyrics, directly accessed from life , they are touching with their compositions which play through all the facets of being.

The duo will present songs out of their last two recordings “moods" and “just the two of us" plus some brand new compositions.

With brilliant instrumental technique and a silky velvet voice they are clothing their songs into a trendy, smooth - cool jazz robe. Music for body and soul!

Line up: Michaela Rabisch - voc, tp, flg; Robert Pawlik - git

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