Raoul Vignal

For her, it all started in 2004, with the resounding success of her breath-taking Le Fil, a second album of insolent beauty, which defied the laws of French chanson with a bold mixture of invention and authority. Since then, Camille has never come down from those heights, going from project to project and renewing her vow to shake up the conventions and go beyond the boundaries of ordinary expression. At turns mischievous and solemn, boisterous and collected, skilful and vulnerable, she continues to live on the edge. On stage, she recalls us to our senses with vocals and sounds that leave our heads spinning. Five years after a concert that turned the Grand Théâtre upside down, she’s back to Les Nuits to perform songs from her latest album. Fourvière is shaking already, as the queen of the unexpected makes her comeback.