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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Saffron Walden, United Kingdom

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Saffron WaldenScottish Dance Theatre: Ritualia and new Emanuel Gat commission

Scottish Dance Theatre: Ritualia and  new Emanuel Gat commission
Stravinsky: Ritualia
Colette Sadler; Leah Marojevic; Scottish Dance Theatre

Saffron WaldenThe Sixteen

The Sixteen
Monteverdi: Vespro della Beata Vergine "Vespers of the Blessed Virgin" (1610)
The Orchestra of The Sixteen; Harry Christophers; The Sixteen

Saffron WaldenEmanuel Ax

Emanuel Ax
Brahms, Benjamin, Schumann, Ravel, Chopin
Emanuel Ax, Piano

Saffron WaldenTabea Debus & Alex McCartney

Tabea Debus & Alex McCartney
Telemann, Bach, Penman, Eggert, Schop, Handel
Tabea Debus; Alex McCartney

Saffron WaldenNational Youth Orchestra of Great Britain & Nicola Benedetti

National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain & Nicola Benedetti
Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev
National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain; Andrés Orozco-Estrada; Nicola Benedetti
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Monteverdi's other Vespers

I Fagiolini and Robert Hollingworth © Keith Saunders
I Fagiolini's very interesting programme of music by Monteverdi and his contemporaries pulls together a wide range of works, but somehow lacks an ensemble feel. 
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New dog, new tricks: Britten Sinfonia and Sir Mark Elder

Sir Mark Elder © Benjamin Ealovega
A superb start to the Britten Sinfonia's Brahms cycle.
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A thrilling tour opener from the Bergen Philharmonic

Leonard Elschenbroich © Felix Broede
Edward Gardner opens the Bergen Philharmonic's UK tour in great style. 
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A welcome return: Monteverdi's Ulysses’ Homecoming

Benedict Nelson (Ulysses) and Katie Bray (Minerva) © Richard Hubert Smith
ETO's charactistically clear, simple production conveys Homer's story with clarity, confidence, and charm – and even humour – from a fine cast, making an exciting start to fully-staged opera at Saffron Hall. 
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Delighting the mind's eye: Wagner's Das Rheingold

Loge feigns fear as Alberich turns into a giant snake © Arthur Rackham
Saffron Opera Group's opening salvo bodes exceptionally well for their planned full cycle of concert performances of Wagner's Ring over the next two years. 
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