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Sunday 26 February 2023, 3pm

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Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra

Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra

Presented by Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra

Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra playing on the stage at Saffron Hall

Dance music from around the world is brought together in this toe-tapping programme.

They start with Prokofiev’s take on Romeo & Juliet featuring the ever-popular Montagues and Capulets before moving to an episode from John Adams’ opera Nixon in China. Malcolm Arnold’s rip-roaring English Dances take us via a well-known Waltz to the toe-tapping rhythms and sounds of Mexico.

Performance information

Running time

1 hour 40 minutes

Booking information


Under 25s can purchase half price tickets for this show.

Ten for £10

This event is not part of our Ten for £10 scheme.

Programme and performers


  • Sergei Prokofiev Romeo & Juliet Suite No.2
  • John Adams The Chairman Dances
  • Malcolm Arnold English Dances Set 1
  • Aram Khatchaturian Waltz from Masquerade
  • Arturo Márquez Danzón No.2


  • Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra
  • Richard Hull conductor

Information for your visit

Sunday 26 February 2023, 3pm


All timings are approximate and will be updated closer to the show date. Please check the website on the day of the performance for up-to-date information.

Latecomers can usually be admitted at a suitable gap within the performance.

Additional information


For this event, drinks are not allowed in the auditorium.


We are unable to allow any bags into the performance space which are larger than a hand bag or small backpack. Unfortunately our cloakroom will not be in operation.

Booster seats not available

Buggy parking not available

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