How a classical record shop survives in a North London nichemain
Linda Grant writes beautifully about her local record store:
When I turned up last Saturday, composer Thomas Hewitt Jones and pianist Charles Owen had dropped in to give short recitals from their new CDs among the free mince pies and Quality Street chocolates. Serving behind the counter was surely one of Britain’s most knowledgeable classical music shop assistants, Radio 3 presenter Petroc Trelawny, whose last stint in sales was as a teenager in Cornwall, knocking out coffees and croissants. The customers ranged from…
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