The six Englishmen known as The King's Singers enjoy a reputation as one of the world's most sought-after a cappella vocal ensembles. This pre-eminent group has never diminished in virtuosity throughout its thirty-plus year history of sharing one of the widest repertoires imaginable with enthusiastic audiences around the globe. This programme features The King's Singers performing some of their favourite works, a mixture of songs old and new - from Byrd to The Beetles. It also shows the remarkable sextet on their recording session of Thomas Tallis's Spem in alium, facing the challenge of how to perform a forty-part motet with a six-member ensemble. The programme culminates with the rendition of this magnificent work. Including Encore: Paul Drayton's Masterpiece.