Timm Beckmann and Markus Griess bring them all on the stage: the Godfather and Rocky, Tchaikovsky and Led Zeppelin, Leo and Kate, Mozart and the Foo Fighters – and if you’re unlucky, even Schlagermusic.
With piano, electric guitar, sound machine and anything that should probably sound like singing, the two music cabaret artists dash through the entire history of music. The inclined listener learns a lot about the who-is-who of the musical past, while the two swip the dust off the classical music. Simply, because it works. To the question "What is that supposed to be? A classical concert of cabaret artists? A rock concert of the comedy team?" there is only one answer: Yes! For without a spark of restraint, the two break all boundaries of musical styles and invent something absolutely new – a cabaret concert.