Duchess of Cornwall to attend Classic BRITs in London

19:00 01 October 2012

The Duchess of Cornwall will no longer attend tonight

The Duchess of Cornwall will no longer attend tonight's awards ceremony: File picture: John Stillwell/PA Wire

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The Duchess of Cornwall will join hundreds of music-lovers at the Royal Albert Hall for tomorrow night’s Classic BRIT Awards.

Votes have now been fully counted for all nominees for the glittering ceremony, which will be hosted by Myleene Klass.

Music will come from Gary Barlow, André Rieu, Gareth Malone and the Military Wives, Milos Karadaglić, Russell Watson, Amore, Nicola Benedetti, Andrea Bocelli and the cast of The Phantom Of The Opera.

Rieu will battle it out for Album of the Year with Andrea Bocelli for their albums And The Waltz Goes On and One Night In Central Park respectively.

This year’s Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, John Williams, will receive a special tribute of an audio-visual spectacular featuring the London Chamber Orchestra conducted by James Morgan.

The ceremony, taking place from 8pm on October 2, will be screened later by ITV1.

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