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Star violinist Nicola Benedetti has added a second date at Saffron Hall following a huge demand for tickets.

The Saffron Opera Group's first production was a big success.

History was made at Saffron Hall as singers from across the globe were invited to take part in the first ever opera hosted at the multi-million pound auditorium.

Maxim Vengerov

The curtain opens on Saffron Hall’s eagerly-anticipated 2014/15 season when the powerful forces of the London Philharmonic Orchestra come to town.

Shaun Colwill

The final young support act to appear at the Blues & Rock Weekender is...Shaun Colwill.

From left, Jordan Starks-Browning, 18, Matt Swainsbury, 17, Andrew Draper, 17, Oliver Kaye, 17, and 
Trent Williamson, 17.

Blind Summit follow Mortal Tides on the Saturday night of the Saffron Walden Blues & Rock Weekender double-header.

From left, Jed Bevington, 16, George Brigmal, 17, and Noah Bevington, 17.

Carrying on the family affair, brothers Noah and Jed Bevington make up half of Mortal Tides, who play at the Blues & Rock Weekender on Saturday night.

The Hooligans

A father and his two daughters will be taking to the stage on Saturday night as the Blues & Rock Weekender continues with The Hooligans.

Jay Plent, 17, aka Too Cool Kid.

Also playing on the Friday night at the Blues & Rock Weekender is the enigmatic and mysterious Too Cool Kid.

Dave Vant

In the second of our previews of the young Uttlesford musicians playing at the Blues & Rock Weekender meet Saffron Walden’s Got Talent winner Dave Vant.

From left, Oscar Richards, 15, Tommy Villiers, 15, Ryan Deamer, 15, and Harry Pearce, 15.

First up in our preview of the young Uttlesford musicians playing at the Blues & Rock Weekender are Room C.


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