“Inferno is my first solo album for cello and is a musical interpretation of the first part of Dante’s Divine Comedy, Inferno. [. . .]
“Dante visits twenty-eight distinct locations and I have tried to represent them all through music. Some are thematically linked, some stand alone, some paint a sonic landscape or mood, while others follow the drama of the text. As Dante invites the reader of his text to join him on his pilgrimage so too, I hope, does my music invite the listener on a journey.” –Elliot Murphy, elliotmurphymusic, September 30, 2021
Dublin Castle’s Coach House Gallery also hosts the Commedia lithographs by Liam Ó Broin. See the related post here.
Contributed by Elliot Murphy