The Four Elements

A series four unique concerts

The Four Elements

More than just great concerts, The Four Elements is a series of fully immersive experiences. They combine the talents of the world’s leading musicians, dancers, animators and performance poets to create something entirely new and exciting.

Explore just one of the elements or join us for more of the great series of events for everyone and save up to 41% with some great special deals.

For full details of artists and musical works, click the individual event links.

To book tickets click the "Book Tickets" button
or call Theatre by the Lake on 017687 74411 - See more at: http://www.splashclassics.co.uk/four-elements/fire#sthash.rY3Eu4Vi.dp
To book tickets click the "Book Tickets" button
or call Theatre by the Lake on 017687 74411 - See more at: http://www.splashclassics.co.uk/four-elements/fire#sthash.rY3Eu4Vi.dpuf

Online booking links on individual event pages
or call Theatre by the Lake on 017687 74411

Events in this series

Fire
7.30pmSunday, 10 August 2014

Experience red hot tango from award-winning dancers, passionate classical music from a group as much at home in the famous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club or on fashion catwalks as they are on the world’s leading concert stages, and a unique collaboration with The Sand Artizt conjuring fascinating animation live in sand.

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Water
7.30pmSunday, 17 August 2014

The mishaps of a Sorcerer’s Apprentice, one of music’s most evocative journeys down a river in Eastern Europe, a stunning animation of some traditional tales and the chance to catch a famous Trout. A magical event which will appeal to everyone.

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Air
7.30pmSunday, 24 August 2014

Red Priest perform their revolutionary and organic version of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, returning it to nature – ‘Spring’ has never sounded so fresh! Interludes come in the form of Carole Luther's poems about the winds which drive our seasons and beautiful contemporary dance choreography.

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Earth
7.30pmSunday, 31 August 2014

Some of the world's leading musicians combine in Stravinsky’s own spectacular four hands arrangement of his Rite of Spring and Mahler's Song of the Earth with a brilliant new small-scale ‘pocket’ ballet performance.

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