Crimson Byrd is obviously being among the most uncommon ensembles prior to the open public today: at its core are two singers, a tenor and bass, who typically indulge the services of various other vocalists or choral groups, and/or utilize the accompaniment of varied instrumentalists or instrumental ensembles. They have performed very much early music repertory both in concert, including celebration performances, and on recordings. Nevertheless, to categorize Crimson Byrd as an early on music group will be a half-truth, for while its applications have highlighted music by Leoninus (Léonin), Thomas Ravenscroft, Monteverdi, Purcell, Byrd, Bull, Morley, Gibbons, and Dowland, it has additionally presented functions by Frank Martin, Ivan Moody, Roger Marsh, John Paul Jones, and various other modern or modern composers. Indeed, and frequently its concerts combine both the outdated and new. Crimson Byrd has made an appearance on BBC Radio 3 broadcasts and concertized over the U.K., European countries, Canada, as well as the U.S. They have made many recordings for such brands as Naxos, Hyperion, and Virgin Classics. Crimson Byrd was founded in 1989 by British performers John Potter (tenor) and Richard Wistreich (bass). Potter sang for 17 years using the famed Hilliard Outfit and Wistreich established fact for his looks using the Taverner Consort, Academy of Old Music, and additional early music ensembles. Crimson Byrd debuted in the 1989 Musikfest Bremen and the next year produced a cameo appearance on the Virgin Classics disc, Cries and Fancies, with the first group Fretwork. Crimson Byrd enjoyed an effective tour from the U.K. in the 1990-1991 period and obtained further see with another Virgin Classics disk, Joyne Hands (1991), a assortment of early music vocal functions where it performed on multiple paths. Crimson Byrd premiered Ivan Moody’s Interest and Resurrection on the 1993 Tampere International Choir Celebration in Finland, using the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir. Crimson Byrd then documented the task to great acclaim using the Cappella Amsterdam on the 1997 Hyperion disc. Crimson Byrd’s achievement in the documenting studio continuing when its 1998 Compact disc Magister Leoninus was called middle ages music disc of the entire year by the renowned French mag Diapason and provided a documenting of the entire year award by BBC Music Mag. In the brand new hundred years Crimson Byrd remained active both in concert and on documenting. A 2007 documenting premiere of Roger Marsh’s Pierrot Lunaire, for the NMC label, drew high compliment from critics. Crimson Byrd’s acclaimed second level of Leoninus functions, Sacred Music from 12th Hundred years Paris, was reissued this year 2010 by Helios.