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All the winners from all the awards, holding their lovely Classic BRIT Awards and looking rather chuffed with themselves.
The pianist accepts the award on stage at the Royal Albert Hall.
The International Artist of the Year poses with his award backstage.
Amy thanked her family and her husband for helping her excel in her musical career as she picked up her first Classic BRIT Award.
Saxophonist Amy Dickson poses with her Classic BRIT backstage with Jane Asher.
The second award of the night for Hans Zimmer, who also picked up the Outstanding Contribution to Music Award.
Clutching his two BRITs, it's no wonder Hans is smiling backstage at the Royal Albert Hall.
"There are centuries of classical music to be discovered," Nicola implored, pointing out her album contains music by 'less popular' composers like Korngold and Mahler, and still sold in its thousands. Picture: JM Enternational
The singer recorded a video acceptance speech, played in the Royal Albert Hall. Picture: JM Enternational
Ah, the King of the Waltz. André thanked his fans who enjoyed his music, before giving details of his upcoming tour to the audience. Picture: JM Enternational
Luciano Pavarotti's wife accepts her late husband's posthumous Lifetime Achievement award with an emotional speech. Picture: PA
Jose Carreras and Nicoletta Mantovani pay tribute to the late singer with his posthumous Classic BRIT Award. Picture: JM Enternational
Pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim picked up the gong for Male Artist, but was unable to attend - he did deliver a rather humble video acceptance speech.
Hans Zimmer picking up his Outstanding Contribution to Music Award after a fantastic speech and tribute from Sir Michael Caine. Picture: JM Enternational
And here's Michael Caine, showing his appreciation for his friend Hans Zimmer. Picture: PA
Come on Hans, you've already got one... surely Wossy can have one of them? Picture: JM Enternational
The two friends joke backstage at the Classic BRIT Awards.
Fresh from presenting the Composer Award, Johnathan Ross smiles backstage at the Classic BRITs. Are those... Pirates of the Carribean-inspired skull cufflinks we can see?