Amis, John (b London, 1922). Eng. critic and administrator, with prin. reputation as presenter of music programmes on radio and TV. Studied to be professional singer and recorded ten. solo in Bernard Herrmann's Moby Dick. Secretary of Dartington Summer School 1948–79.
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