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All the pictures from Classic FM Live at the Royal Albert Hall - see Milos, Amy Dickson, Amore, Michael Collins, Jennifer Pike and more in concert.
Tonight's orchestra kick off the proceedings with Bernstein's Candide Overture.
Tonight's conductor (and a soloist!) Michael Collins shows off the Philharmonia.
The Man With The Golden Flute takes on Mercadente in tonight's concert.
Sir James Galway is spotlit against the incredible surrounds of the Albert Hall.
Taking a well-earned round of applause from the 5,000-strong crowd.
The man of the moment brings his trademark guitar passion to the Albert Hall.
The guitarist and his trusty accordion accompanist take on Piazzolla's Libertango.
Taking some well-earned applause, it's Milos and Ksenija at Classic FM Live.
Taking on the mighty Bruch violin concerto, it's violinist extraordinaire Jennifer Pike.
Proving that all seats in the Albert Hall are good seats, here's a pic of Jennifer Pike playing Bruch.
Jennifer Pike looks to the ceiling for inspiration, obviously...
The incredible backdrop of the Royal Albert Hall, and Jennifer Pike just about visible in the distance.
Conducting his new piece, 'More Tomorrows', Classic FM's composer-in-residence Howard Goodall coaxes a stirring performance.
Written for Cancer Research UK, the piece was composed by Howard after he spent time with many different people who have dealt with the illness.
Wringing every emotion out of his new piece, Howard Goodall conducts the Philharmonia.
A magnificent Bruch concerto performance - one happy-looking Jennifer Pike.
Howard's piece 'More Tomorrows' hits an emotional high.
John and Margherita take to the stage to introduce the acts at tonight's Classic FM Live.
Wowing the crowds with an anonymous guitar romance, it's the Montenegrin master of mellifluous guitar-playing.
He's got a big job tonight - not only is Michael Collins conducting, he's also performing a clarinet solo later in the show!
Howard and John talk about Howard's latest composition on stage at Classic FM Live.
Our very own John Suchet hosts the evening with Margherita Taylor - here he is introducing the next incredible performer.
Kicking off the second half with Mozart's Overture to the Marriage of Figaro, Michael Collins leads Philharmonia in this rousing number.
Opera band Amore take to the stage (from various starting points) and treat us to a giddy bit of Verdi.
Appearing as if from nowhere, it's Victoria from Amore!
Where do they keep coming from?! David Webb shows off his operatic credentials with help from the rest of Amore.
Now THAT's what you call a suit. Good job Peter from Amore!
Giving the audience a welcome blast of Verdi, it's opera band Amore.
Did someone not give him the right directions? David from Amore fights through the crowd to get to the stage.
Someone else clearly didn't get the 'let's meet on the stage' memo...
What an incredible sight - the Albert Hall is positively glowing by the time we get the 1812 Overture.
Tonight's orchestra, looking splendid as ever in the Royal Albert Hall.
Proving that he can perform with two different sticks in one evening, Michael Collins picks up the clarinet.
Saxophonist Amy Dickson shows the Albert Hall just how the soprano sax should sound.
Milos takes the applause after a great performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber's new tune from his musical Stephen Ward.
Amore win over the crowd effortlessly thanks to a hearty drinking song.
Conducting doesn't have to mean a baton, as Michael Collins proves...
Playing a rousing version of Monti's Czardas, Michael Collins gets the audience clapping along.
Saxophonist Amy Dickson's parents made the trip all the way from Australia just to see their daughter perform tonight.
Spectacular scenes to accompany the equally spectacular sound of Classic FM's Orchestra on Tour.
Monica McGhee from Amore wows the crowds at Classic FM Live.
Has anyone worked as hard as Michael Collins tonight?
Flying the flag for saxophonists in classical music, Amy Dickson gives us a blast of Fauré's Pavane.
It's Tchaikovsky's 1812, and that can only mean one thing... explosions!
Ooh, look at the fireworks! It must be the 1812...
You rarely see the Albert Hall quite like this - look how bright it is!
Finales don't come any bigger than this - Classic FM can't get enough of the pyrotechnics.
Tonight's orchestra take their bow for the evening, and richly deserved.
Another shot of Amore performing at Classic FM Live. That suit. Cannot get over that suit.
A moment of respect between two greats of the woodwind world.