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ZEITGEISTY. be part of … Revolution / Disillusion 1968-1978

Turbine music club Udo-Lindenberg-Platz 1, Gronau, NRW, Deutschland

With zeitgeisty, the audience travels back to the decade 1968-1978 and immerses itself in the feeling of revolution and disillusionment. It is an era that begins with the collective hope of a revolution, but is followed by abrupt disillusionment. This tension is expressed in many ways in the literature and music of this period: from the psychedelic era and the '68ers, sexual liberation and a new environmental awareness, increasingly progressive music and protests against capitalism and the Vietnam War - to the negative climax of the German Autumn, in which left-wing protests turned into terror. But in the end, the hedonism of the disco movement brought hope. zeitgeisty is a mixture of live music, readings and entertaining storytelling. Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia in the "Regional Culture Program" and the Kunststiftung NRW.
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HOW DOES FREEDOM SOUND IN BLACK – RED – GOLD?

Café Backstage Udo-Lindenberg-Platz 1, Gronau (Westphalia), Deutschland

This year marks the 75th anniversary of our Basic Law and 35 years since the Peaceful Revolution.
The Science Year 2024 - Freedom has set itself the task of exploring the value and meaning of freedom and shedding light on it in various dimensions and contexts. What does freedom sound like in BLACK-RED-GOLD and how can it be illustrated? Come with us through the music landscape in Germany! As a partner of the Year of Science, the University of Münster, together with musicologist Professor Michael Custodis and illustrator Niklas Schwartz, invites you to approach the topic of freedom through music.
Organizer: University of Münster, Research Transfer Office (AFO), Professor Michael Custodis & illustrator Niklas Schwartz.

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