A tempting voice, a lush bass, a swinging piano. Music your feet want to dance to – and paint brushes too! And so they do indeed: live in front of the astonished spectators, they conjure to the beat an equally exuberant dancing couple on the screen. The brush strokes are performed by the virtuous Robert Nippoldt and are not the only drawing tools to make an appearance in this special combination of art and music. With chalk, pencil, and ink, the stars of the Weimar Republic are resurrected in just a few moments, and the Gedächtniskirche gets its roof back. Thanks to the camera and the large-scale projection, the spectators are very close to each stroke, submitted to the paper by the casual elegance of the artist’s hand.