Recorder Trio was formed in 2006. The Trio is committed to historically informed performance as well as advancing the recorder as a modern instrument though collaboration with composers.
Commissions include works by Steve Marshall, UK, Robert Allworth, Australia, Steve Yates, Australia, and Jean-Christophe Rosaz, France. The Trio is delighted to present exciting, innovative and informative programmes including collaborations with renowned artists
Robert Cross, countertenor, and harpist Robin Ward, and collaborations with composers including Jean-Christophe Rosaz (France), Norm Skipp (UK), Robert Allworth (Australia), and Stephen Yates (Australia). Polyphonica has a blossoming international presence having performed in the Netherlands, a number of times in France and Germany with two further concerts in Germany in October, 2017.
Polyphonica released their self-titled debut album in August 2010, which features music from 14th century monody and music by Henry VIII,
Susato, Holborne, Genzmer, Allworth, Matheson and Sieg. Their second CD, Music for Countertenor and Recorders featuring the
renowned countertenor, Robert Cross, will be recorded in 2017.
Polyphonica is dedicated to providing workshops on recorder playing and performance practice to people of all ages
through festivals, summer schools and other workshops including the annual recorder weekend at Knuston Hall, Northamptonshire.
The members of Polyphonica all teach recorder privately and welcome contact from people seeking tuition or workshops.