1987 – 1993
Conservatory in Košice, organ (Emília Dzemjanová) and piano (Peter Kaščák)
1993 – 1998
Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, organ (Ján Vladimír Michalko) and piano (Zuzana Paulechová-Štiasna, Daniel Buranovský)
Academy of Performing Arts, PhD. studies (Ivan Sokol), participation in international performers’ master classes (e.g. Jean Guillou)
programme officer of the Košice State Philharmonic
teaching at the Church Conservatory in Bratislava (organ performance), since 2000 head of the Church Music section – organ performance
Vrábel’s performances draw on his solid technical background and on strong musician’s sensitivity. It is not only in his solo appearances that he applies the mentioned qualities but also in his performances as an organist, pianist and a chamber music partner.
(Vladimír Čížik: Dictionary of Slovak Concert Art vol. I)
Appearances with the Slovak Philharmonic, Košice State Philharmonic, Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina, with conductors Bystrík Režucha, Peter Macura, Marián Vach, Dušan Stankovský, Ondrej Lenárd • chamber cooperation: Monika Štreitová-Popelářová – fl, Peter Michalica – vn, Rastislav Suchán – tr, Albert Hrubovčák – tn, and vocalists Martin Babjak, Dagmar Bezačinská, Eva Blahová, Nao Higano, Ida Kirilová, Iveta Matyášová, Jolana Monarcha, Igor Pasek, Hana Štolfová-Bandová, Sergej Tolstov • artistic cooperation with ensembles Lúčnica, Cantus, Adoremus and others.