Is it possible to get music out of the treasures of the earth? Is steel really such a rough material that one can only get at it with violence? What would a furnace sound like if it started to sing?

These thoughts inspired the Titanick artists to create a visual symphony of metal, fire and sound. With fine humour they combine rough, industrial workplaces represented by three boiling furnaces and a delicate, sophisticated form of art: the symphony orchestra. Theater Titanick sends a highly strung ensemble with an eccentric conductor on stage, playing on huge, strange instruments. And in a touchingly poetic way they actually make steel ring out.