It is 1733 and the king of Poland dies. A brilliant yet imprisoned musical mind sees his chance to break through. He creates a classical masterpiece but dies decades upon decades before anyone truly appreciates it.
It is 2013, Seoul, and a group of expat singers is rehearsing the piece, Bach’s Mass in B Minor, for its next concert. By now, the work is recognized as one of the most critically acclaimed, and most difficult, choral masterpieces around. The group is the Camarata Music Company and it is the only one of its kind in the sprawling metropolis.