The Divine Comedy is made up of 14,233 lines grouped into 100 poems. From 1304 to 1319 Dante Alighieri (1265-1321) wrote whilst following an introspective pathway, an initiatory journey looking for the fulfilment of self in the theatre of life.
The ensemble La Camera delle Lacrime use Dante’s material like a score which lacks its musical notation. Taking up in his turn the hypotheses of various researchers, Bruno Bonhoure sings extracts from The Divine Comedy in Italian.
With Khai-Dong Luong (artistic conception), Camille Cobbi (actress), children/adult choir, Stéphanie Petibon (lute and vielle), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (voice), Cristina Alís Raurich (portative organ of the 13th century).
27th July 2019 / Abbaye Sylvanès
28th November 2019 / Cébazat (+ recording)
15th March 2020 / Tournon sur Rhône
28th May 2020 / Ste. Chapelle de Paris
25th March 2021 / Aurillac