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Ever wanted to go backstage at the Classic BRIT Awards? Classic FM invite you to check out classical music's showbiz glamour and get a sneak peak of this year's future winners at the nomination launch party at the Savoy hotel.
The Savoy hotel is decked out in its trademark glamour, ready for the stars of classical music to arrive for the nomination announcements.
The carpet may not be red, but we're ready and waiting to take some photos and interview some of the year's best classical artists.
We're not sure if the whole Military Wives Choir will fit on the red carpet! A few of them are joined by Gareth Malone and Paul Mealor.
The photographers queue up to take pictures of all the best classical artists. Saxophonist Amy Dickson has time for a few snaps before she heads up on stage to perform some Chopin.
The evening's glamourous presenter, Classic FM's Margherita Taylor, shares a joke with Lucy Coward on the red carpet. And we caught every moment with our trusty video camera.
Laura Wright arrives on the red carpet in a stunning floor-length Armani dress.
Soprano Laura Wright tells the family story behind her album 'The Last Rose', nominated for Classic FM Album Of The Year.
Performing for the Queen, and now a Classic BRITs nomination - Laura Wright shares her amazing year with Classic FM.
We catch up with Miloš on the red carpet before the nominations are announced. This year he's got two nominations, Classic FM Album of the Year with MasterCard, and MasterCard’s Breakthrough Artist Of The Year Award.
Miloš is the definition of dapper as he chats to Classic FM on the red carpet ahead of his two nominations.
Classic FM's Lucy Coward chats to Gareth - but where are the Military Wives Choir? Come out, come out, 'Wherever You Are'!
Nominated for a Classic BRIT on top of their pop BRIT Award, the Military Wives Choir have had a whirlwind year. We filmed history in the making - it's the first time a group have been nominated for both the classical and pop awards!
Gareth Malone is reunited with 'Wherever You Are' composer Paul Mealor.
It's not every day you get four professional singers wishing you a happy birthday, so we just had to film it!
Noah strikes a pose on the (not quite) red carpet, before his performance of 'Deep River' on stage.
Music fills the room from the speakers, but where are the performers? They're hiding among the guests in the audience!
The beautiful voices of classical four-piece, Amore, fill the room as they perform on stage at London's Savoy hotel.
The room falls silent as Classic FM presenter Margherita announces the nominations. Who will be the winners this year?
Anne-Marie Minhall, Bob Jones and John Suchet show off Classic FM's 20th birthday Classic BRIT, recognising 20 years of championing classical music.
The Classic FM team get an unexpected turn on the red carpet after winning our Classic BRIT. What a glamourous bunch!