There were no surprises in this concert featuring two excellent, well-known pieces but there was satisfying playing all round.
Paul Ballam-Cross is a composer and guitarist. He holds a Bachelor of
Music in Performance, majoring in classical guitar. Paul is the co-founder and artistic director of One Two Three Chamber Music, which
presents concerts across South-East Queensland. His own compositions are published and recorded by Wirripang.
Articles by Paul Ballam-Cross
Trailblazing Farrenc symphonies impress in scintillating new recording.
Ensemble Q and Piers Lane triumph in an astonishing evening of chamber music.
No generational divide in rarely-heard French Baroque violin works.
A breezy, fun morning of sparkling orchestral favourites, which didn't always gel as a cohesive whole but which offered smooth sailing from QSO (and no jetlag).
Petri dishes up an evocative survey of Rasmussen recorder music
This concert was a fabulous survey of the classical guitar in ensemble, with superb, effortless playing by Karin Schaupp.
Review: Brisbane Gala – Southern Cross Soloists with Chris Williams; Daniel de Borah (Melbourne Digital Concert Hall)
This digital benefit concert, livestreamed by Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, was a terrific showcase of Brisbane's finest.
One and one makes two in streamlined Marais Project release.
Andrew Haveron, Ben Jacks, Scott Kinmont and the SSO horn section discuss Britten and Shostakovich, Mozart, Tchaikovsky and 50 Fanfares.
Eva Kong's well-chosen program, entertaining story-telling about her operatic life, and vocal skill made for a thoroughly enjoyable recital.
The Sydney and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras have both posted healthy surpluses for 2020 despite the considerable challenges faced due to COVID-19 restrictions.
A pronounced “ari-o-sa” in airy reading of Biber’s trio sonatas.