Polyphonica Recorder Trio has performed exentsively in the UK with numerous concerts abroad in France, Germany and The Netherlands.
Entertaining and informative programmes include music from the middle ages through to works commissioned by the trio. Polyphonica has premiered
works twice in Paris by French composer, Jean-Christophe Rosaz. Other commisions include works by the UK composer, Steve Marshall, and Australian composers,
Stephen Yates and Robert Allworth.
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.
Place: St Leonards Church
Address: Church Lane, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 1HL
Price: Free with retiring donation
Contact: 01323 894 216
Time: To be confirmed
Place: Kleine Kirche
Address: Flintenstraße 9, 48565 Steinfurt, Germany