For anyone who has been lucky enough to watch live music at the Royal Albert Hall - or even be inside it for that matter - you will know exactly what I mean when I say that its beauty and grandeur is hard to encapsulate using mere language. Arguably the pièce de résistance in its namesake's Albertopolis - on Saturday night it acted as the perfect host for the wonderful Max Richter.

The night began in a joyous melee of tracks from Richter's fantastic recomposition of Vivaldi's The Four Seasons. Whilst Richter kept a watchful eye over the proceedings, the real star of the half was the ever-impressive violinist and fellow Berlin-based Englishman Daniel Hope - whose command of his instrument was more impressive than any I've ever seen.

The second half took a more somber tone, which one would only expect as it served as a 10-year anniversary of Richter's highly celebrated The Blue Notebooks. As moving a musical event as I've ever seen, the night was perfectly encapsulated by the final encore which saw much of the hall rise to their feet in appreciation of a true master of contemporary classical music.

Before all this though - 405 photographer Alexandra Cameron was granted full access to Richter and his team as they rehearsed, soundchecked, and prepared for the evening ahead. See her breathtaking photos below.

BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter
BTS: Max Richter