Considering Ingo's ties to the Stasi -- this seems like a really baaad idea.
2. Steuer collaborated with the DDR-regime - as have thousands of thousands other Germans. So he is not allowed to compose a program that celebrates a man who was one of the very few wise and brave enough withstand the Nazi-doctrine? How is that logical?
3. S/S (somehow this abbreviation seems very unfortunate in this context) skating to Schindlers Liste is, in my opinion, a way to honour and appreciate this great and interesting man, a way to acknowledge history! It's also fantastic music.
4. Yagudin skated to Revolutionary Etude, which was composed by Chopin, who was Polish, during the November Uprising in Poland. At time Poland was occupied by Russia (and Prussia and Austria of course), it tried to free itself from Russian rule - that didn't work out, the Russians sent a big big army, lots of Polish soldiers died. Chopin wrote the Etude to express his grief, his frustration and the helplessness he felt because of this failed revolution. And Yagudin, a Russian, skated to it. And nobody cared.
5. Wagner was anti-Semitic. But lots of people listen to his music and Jeff Buttle skated to it. The Godfather is practically a movie that glorifies violence, murder and criminal activities - never stopped people from skating to the soundtrack. Romeo and Juliet promotes teenage marriage, disobedience towards the parents, violence and suicide. Lots of music choices can be somehow controversial.
6. Katharina Witt skated to Schindlers Liste, and she never spoke against the DDR or its regime.