Turbinenhalle an der Jahrhunderthalle Bochum

A concert series against forgetting

Julius Eastman is the first artist in our new series Erased Music, which will run over the next three years. His work is the perfect place to start a series on musicians who have been unjustly forgotten and who are worthy of being placed back into the spotlight. Eastman was a composer, pianist and singer from New York. He wrote much more aggressive and haunting minimal music than that of his famous colleagues Philip Glass and Steve Reich. A homosexual African-American, he died in 1990, leaving behind works such as Evil N****r and Gay Guerilla. His pieces will be played by the Grammy-nominated ensemble Wild Up from Los Angeles which specialises in Eastman’s music.

Concert programmes

  • Buddha
  • Evil N****r/ Gay Guerrilla/ Crazy N****r


  • Composition
    • Julius Eastman
  • With
    • Wild Up


  • Language

    without language

Directions and arrival

Turbinenhalle an der Jahrhunderthalle Bochum
An der Jahrhunderthalle 1
44793 Bochum

  • Public transport and KombiTicket
  • Directions
  • Bike rental metropolradruhr
  • Accessibility at the venue

  • Access
  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible parking
  • Dates and Tickets
    19.00 Concert Turbinenhalle an der Jahrhunderthalle Bochum