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ED ELLI A ME

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    A performative event to commemorate Italian maximum poet Dante Alighieri in the VII century anniversary from his death.

    Starring:

    Alberto Martinez Guinaldo as Dante,

    the opera singer Fritjof Fuglesang,

    and 37 students from the Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts (CISPA):

    Noora Sofia Virta

    Johanna Matilda Valle

    Susanna Kaukonen

    Joona Juntunen

    Ada Josefine Moe

    Ava Fernanda

    Kustaa Tuohimaa

    Farqad Al-juburi

    Roosa Honkanen

    Tuike Oja

    Patrick Torring

    Carolina Pazmino

    Julius Chávez

    Maria Freire

    Birta Sól Guðbrandsdóttir

    Minna-Mari Määttälä

    Noora Sointu Vuorela

    Claire Tht

    Venja Laakkonen

    Toni Riihiluoma

    Sofia Ghedini

    Nora Kopp

    Liath Gleeson

    Aleksantra Korhonen

    Tara Sól

    Fanny Paananem

    Catarina Afonso

    Inka Turtola

    Helmi Linnosmaa

    Atli Benedikt

    Aldís Ósk Davíðsdóttir

    Jón Gunnar Vopnfjörō Ingólfson

    Deniz Kaya

    Luukas Parkkonen

    Alexander Granvik

    Justas Randev

    Matthías Harðarson

    Dramaturgy and Direction: Giuseppe L. Bonifati, IT

    Dramaturg and Acting Coach: Lars Henning, DK

    Original Music: Claudio Passilongo, IT

    Accordionist: Jónas Ásgeir Ásgeirsson, IS

    Set design by Linda Sugataghy, HU

    Choreography: Melody Putu, ZA

    Assistant: Lide Martinez Abaigar, E

    A partnership between DOO performing arts group (IT) / Det Flyvende Teater / CISPA – Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts/ University of Copenhagen- Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies / Societá Italiana Dante Alighieri in Copenhagen (DK).

    With the support of:

    MIBACT – Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Dante 2021,

    Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs,

    Italian Cultural Institute in Copenagaghen,

    Lasson Andersens Fond,

    and the Municipality of Copenhagen

    The Divine Comedy is a sacred poem by the Italian maximum poet Dante Alighieri (1265-1321), comprising three parts, Inferno (Hell), Purgatorio (Purgatory) and Paradiso (Paradise). Each of these are composed of 33 canti, plus an introductory canto. Altogether there are 100 canti, nearly 150,000 verses, written somewhere between 1307 and 1320. The Divine Comedy is more than a literary monument for the Western culture: it is a reference. Even for those who have never read it, this text makes sense and seems like a mythical country in which you visit the underworld, dreading punishments, in which you go through paradise, searching for the divine revelation. Many writers and artists have been fascinated by this text, its images, visions, hallucinations, the breadth of its registers (amorous, mystical, erudite, allegorical, political, poetical…). Many have wanted to translate it, to spread its treasures. A masterpiece of world literature which has accompanied thousands of generations in their growth and formation.

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      Nora Kopp

      Actor/Performer (Nimrod)
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      Mimma Määttälä

      Actress(Medusa)
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      Matthías Harðarson

      Actor (Calvacanti, Cavalcante dei)
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      Kustaa Tuohimaa

      Actor/Achilles, Co-creator
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      Johanna Matilda Valle

      Actor (Camilla)
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      Aleksantra Korhonen

      Actor/Malebranche
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