New drones, same as the old drones in Dessner string works.
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
Love is in the air in this neatly judged Valentine’s recital.
Familiar themes given new life in Final Fantasy chamber performance.
Power, yes, but this opening gala concert is missing the glory.
Music for low lute bears fruit on Nordberg’s fine debut disc.
The Icelandic pianist, who Limelight's critics have voted our International Artist of the Year 2019, tells us about his forays into the music of Philip Glass and Johann Sebastian Bach.
Revived sonatas thrill, but what a pity there’s no more.
Meditative genre-crossing pianos and synths let down by sound issues.
Intimate song recital of old and new-ish favourites proves a winner.
SXS get up close and personal with a mixed bag of chamber works.
Adversity led to invention in chamber-style Tchaikovsky, when Alondra de la Parra had to withdraw sick at the last minute.
Thanks to the net, a forgotten lute composer is revived.
Outdated asylum setting aside, Orfeo ed Eurydice with circus troupe astounds.