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Composers, conductors, and orchestral performers and soloists - we've got a stellar line-up of classical musicians performing at Classic FM Live 2013 at the Royal Albert Hall. Find out more about all the artists.
Celebrating ten years since becoming Classic FM's Orchestra on Tour in 2003, this diverse group of musicians will be performing some of your favourite orchestral pieces on 25 April.
The orchestra will also be featuring in one of the highlights of this year's programme: Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1, performed by violinist Jennifer Pike.
Michael Collins has become one of the leading clarinetists of his generation and has now performed across the world. We're delighted to have him on stage at Classic FM Live at the Royal Albert Hall.
Michael is also known for his work as a conductor, but he'll be showcasing his clarinet talents in April at the Royal Albert Hall.
Sir James started his musical journey playing the penny whistle, but soon moved on to the flute. And we're glad he did too - you'll be able to hear his extraordinary talent at Classic FM Live in April 2013.
The man with the golden... flute? Sir James was honoured with an OBE and in 2001 he received a Knighthood for services to music.
Miloš Karadaglić, the Classic BRIT Award-winning Montenegrin guitarist, will be playing some exciting arrangements of classical favourites like Ravel's Bolero.
Miloš is no stranger to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall, after having performed there at the Classic BRIT Awards in 2012.
Classic FM's composer in residence, Howard Goodall, will be premiering his latest work for Cancer Research UK, at Classic FM Live.
Howard will be taking inspiration from cancer survivors, scientists, and volunteers to create his new piece for Cancer Research UK - and you'll get the chance to hear it live, conducted by the man himself.
In Verdi's 200th anniversary year, opera band Amore will be performing some of his best-loved music on stage at the Royal Albert Hall.
Amore are made up of four professionally trained solo singers in their own right, who have come together to create an operatic quartet.
Amy Dickson, the Australian saxophonist, will be playing some of your favourite music by Fauré - arranged for saxophone and orchestra, of course!
Amy Dickson is an ambassador for the saxophone, regularly arranging existing solo works for the instrument or commissioning new pieces.
The talented violinist joins the Philharmonia on stage to perform the Hall of Fame Favourite, Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1.