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Post Learn Online Gypsy Jazz Guitar at GypsyJazzStudent
on: August 19, 2016, 12:58

Paulus Schäfer (born 1978) is one of the most talented Gypsy Jazz guitarists from The Netherlands today. Born into a Dutch Sinti (Gypsy) community he learned to play the guitar at a very early age. Besides listening to fellow Sinti and records of his idol Django Reinhardt, it were Wasso Grünholz - a legend of his own within the community - from whom he learned the most. After a short period of time, in which Paulus briefly took over the lead guitar of Jimmy Rosenberg in the Gipsy Kids, he formed his own group and recorded his debut album “Into the Light” in 2002, followed by many concerts and numerous – headlining - invitations to jazz festivals: Sziget Festival Budapest (H), Khamoro Prague (CZ), IGGF Gossington (UK), Django Reinhardt Festival Samois-sur-Seine (FR), Gipsy Festival Anger (FR), International Gipsyfestival (NL), Amersfoort Jazz (NL), Haarlem Jazz (NL), Folkwoods Festival (NL) to name a few.

Being a musician on high demand, Paulus is often to be found on stage with other musicians, like The Rosenberg Trio, Tim Kliphuis, Prisor Jazz Band, Andreas Öberg, Jimmy Rosenberg and can be found on many albums. He also recorded two more albums with his own group in 2006, ‘Desert Fire’ and ‘Live at the NWE Vorst’ with the Paulus Schäfer Gipsy Band and The Tilburg Big Band. Paulus has a particular sound, easy recognised, and although all Paulus’ albums are true to a distinctive Gipsy Jazz/Swing sound, Paulus is always looking for a new modern sound. Not only to broaden his own horizons, but also a more representative Gipsy Jazz sound for the 21st century.

You can learn online gypsy jazz guitar at our GypsyJazzStudent Website for free and with some paid lessons.


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