Gallic dreams delight with quintet fireworks, both old and new.
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
Varied keyboard recital is a match made in paradise.
Led by Adès, Beethoven and Gerald Barry make for unlikely bedfellows.
Live long and prosper with Guitar Trek’s homegrown Australian classics.
A feast of fine music re-opens QPAC’s new local performance series.
Fashionably late recital by Choni brings piano heavy-hitters to life.
Big questions answered with Esfahani in modernist harpsichord recital.
Paul Ballam-Cross pays tribute to the inspiring British classical guitarist and lute player, who has died at the age of 87.
Currentzis’ Beethoven confronts the axiomatic assumptions of musicological progenitors.
Diminishing in name, but not quality, in ye olde improvisations
All-Australian Beethoven concerti cycle brings zip and zing to favourites.
More than three decades later, a classic gets a sequel.
Violin variations showcase Biber’s retuned sounds.