Antimo Magnotta, the pianist who miraculously survived the Costa Concordia disaster, has posted brand new live renditions of tracks from his album ‘Inner Landscape’. The clips show the Italian playing the four cuts on a piano at Amarcord studio in Marigliano, Italy, where the album was recorded. Watch ‘The Crossing’, ‘Sofia’, ‘Open Waters’ and ‘Where Is Everybody?’ below.
‘Inner Landscape’ was written in memory of the 32 lives that were lost on the Costa Concordia. The tribute features devastating track ‘32’, in which the main melody is formed by 32 notes, each one an ode to the victims. Speaking about the album, Magnotta said:
“This work reflects my introspective thoughts, my own emotional geography, right after the horrifying disaster…I found solace in my music and I hope it will serve as a reminder of the restorative power of art and the resilience of the human spirit.”
‘Inner Landscape’ is available to buy digitally and stream now.
Where Is Everybody?