Miriam Kriss was the youngest of eight girls and grew up in an environment rich in musical styles. Choosing to learn the cello however, steered her in a very classical direction, eventually graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in 1986.

For the next few years Miriam freelanced as a cellist and cello teacher in Adelaide. She then spent several years travelling and gaining experience with musicians in London, Germany and Italy finally returning to Australia and settling in Ballarat.

Lyndon Kriss has a very diverse musical background incorporating many styles of music. He has engineered and produced over 80 commercial CD releases for other artists in his own recording studio, SOUNDTRAX 919. For 25 years, Lyndon has been actively involved in performing and teaching music and production skills in the Ballarat area.

The diversity of Lyndon's musicianship is reflected in the various styles of music he has performed, recorded and explored. He has played guitar in shows such as Les Miserables, Jesus Christ Superstar, War of the Worlds and Chess; played as a session musician on many commercial recordings. He is equally at home playing classical or electric guitar. One of his favourite performances was a piece by Dannielle O'Connor entitled, "Becoming Real" which combined guitar synthesiser, cello, vintage sequences, real-time computer generated music, didgerido, percussion, vocal and 6 dancers.

Lyndon and Miriam Kriss

Soundtrax 919

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