Have you ever wanted to take part in a performance of Tallis's colossal Spem in alium? Or experience Allegri's sublime Miserere up close? Now is your chance to live it all, as Peter Phillips describes the world of London's singers - professional, amateur and chaotic - as they sing, argue and fall in love.
Join them in The Blue French, a friendly North London restaurant where musicians of every kind gather between sessions. Gossip, eat and drink with them as they attend rehearsals. Above all, meet Ahmed, the Palestinian proprietor, and his mysterious helper Eugene, with their own stories to tell.
Here is a whole society of creative people in action, revealed in minute detail, unlikely to be exposed to such a unblinking inspection again.
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