This is one of those concerts with the wow effect. Music that was considered almost unplayable at the time it was written and that still makes listeners hold their breath today is combined by the Korean violinist Bomsori Kim with masterpieces by Sibelius and Debussy. Some of the works are infused with oriental melos, which is especially true of the most ingenious work of the concert: Debussy's Sonata, the last piece by the already terminally ill composer, which fuses Spanish, French and jazz. The listener finds himself sometimes in nocturnal Granada and sometimes in a Chinese treasure chamber. A Szymanowski or Debussy were like sponges that absorbed uncensored influences from outside. Their art was simultaneously free, purist and lustful, everything was possible and everything connected with everything.