Anthony Hüseyin live at Oyoun!
 
Born in Urfa and raised in Istanbul, Anthony Hüseyin completed his master degree in jazz singing in the Netherlands. As a non-binary musician, performer and activist Anthony currently resides in Rotterdam and Berlin.
In 2012 his debut album ‘Safran’ was launched at Paradiso, followed by an extensive international tour. During Istanbul Gezi Park Protests Hüseyin released ‘Mr. Prime Minister’, a song addressing Turkey’s social injustices.
In 2015 Anthony displayed his debut performance piece, ‘Playing Possum – My Brothers Might Kill Me’, at the , Helsinki. Subsequently the same piece was staged at Rotterdam Gay Pride, Oxford Brookes University and Glasgow Buzzcut. In late 2017 Anthony’s second album, ‘The Lucky One’, a melancholic dark electro-pop mixed with tender jazz- pop vocals was released at Paradiso, Amsterdam and won the second prize on singer-songwriter category in the Netherlands.
His first music video from the same album “We Make Sense
Together” was selected and screen at Berlin Music Video Awards in 2018. “Potato Potato, Gute Besserung, Asshole Monologues, Fried Love, Lines are the performance art pieces Anthony wrote and performed in Rotterdam, Berlin and Vienna in different art spaces and festivals.
While performing as a solo artist, after relocating himself in Berlin Anthony joined the QTBIPOC drag collective House of Living Colors and performed at events such as Queer Gazino: An Alternative Pride Celebration, Berghain, Tanztage Berlin. In January 2020 Anthony’s long-awaited single release ‘Pretty Boys’ has been celebrated by a launch party at be’kech in Berlin, the video is featured by the national German queer magazine, Queer.de. Recently Anthony streamed 3
performances for the Marina Abramovic Institute’s project Flux/Akış in Istanbul Sabanci Museum.
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