Ex-Hilliard Ensemble tenor John Potter is a performer, author and vocal coach.
He records for ECM and Hyperion and his current performance projects include new programmes with lute, vihuela and harp, electronics and video as well as his work with The Dowland Project, Red Byrd and the Gavin Bryars Ensemble. After 17 years with the Hilliard Ensemble and a period as a lecturer at the University of York, he returned to freelance performing and writing in 2010.
His latest book from Cambridge University Press is A History of Singing, written jointly with ethnomusicologist Neil Sorrell. This site gives details of his current activities; the News page also features the occasional blog post.