With "Unfolding Debussy", Marina Baranova has created so much more than a simple homage to one of the greatest composers of the 19th and 20th Centuries. She's given his work new meaning, uncovering hidden aspects and deeper connections, revealing the very human fragility behind the legend.
"It's for people who are open minded and already in love with classical music, but also for people who don't know anything about it," she says. "I would appreciate it if they listened and asked themselves: 'What do the originals sound like?'" Nearly a hundred years after his death, "Unfolding Debussy" hopes to inspire a new generation of music lovers and ensure that his sensory majesty is not lost to the drifting sands of time. Even after all this time, the cultural titan can still conjure a million colours in the mind.