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All the backstage action from Classic FM Live in Cardiff, sponsored by Laithwaite's Wine, from the Wales Millennium Centre
Creu Gwir fel gwydr o ffwrnais awen, translated as: "Creating truth like glass from the furnace of inspiration". The English version of this stunning inscription on the Wales Millennium Centre is "In these stones horizons sing".
We're taking over the entire Wales Millennium Centre with an afternoon of rehearsals - and John Suchet broadcasting from the Red Dragon Centre across the road.
Welcoming the guests - in Welsh, of course! - as they step into the Wales Millennium Centre.
Welsh composer and actor Ivor Novello sits proudly outside the Wales Millennium Centre.
Setting the stage ready for an afternoon of rehearsals, the sound checks and lighting rehearsals are underway in the Wales Millennium Centre auditorium.
Nothing to see here. Just a Steinway casually waiting in the foyer. Perhaps we'll be treated to a special performance a little later?
Stormy clouds, but stunning sunshine in Cardiff Bay throughout the afternoon.
Karl Jenkins conducts as the strains of Palladio fill the auditorium. Sounding great!
A spot of Wagner as the WNO Orchestra take to the stage.
Classic FM's Tim Lihoreau has a chat with the star clarinettist ahead of her performance this evening, where she'll be playing Mozart's Clarinet Concerto.
If you're Karl Jenkins, you might be seeing this as you step out on stage in the Wales Millennium Centre auditorium. (Picture: @henleydarren)
Lit up in Classic FM green, guests arrive at the Wales Millennium Centre. (Picture: @henleydarren)