SPRING REVERB 06
5th Annual Festival of Creative Music, Dance and Art
create + bloom + flourish
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Participating Musicians:

Micro-Ritmia (Mexico)
    Ernesto Martinez
    Eduardo Gonzalez
Sarah Weaver (Chicago)
Charming Hostess (SF/Bay Area)
    Jewlia Eisenberg
    Marika Hughes
    Cyn Taylor
Thomas Dimuzio (SF)
Baker's Union (SF/Bay Area)
    David Brandt
    Morgan Guberman
    Scott Rosenberg
Philip Gelb (Oakland)
Dana Reason (LA)
Vinny Golia Septet (LA)
    Nathan Hubbard*
    Tom McNally (LA)
    Jason Robinson*
    Kris Tiner (Bakersfield)
    Carolyn Tyler
    Scott Walton*
G.E.Stinson (LA)
Anna Homler/Steuart Liebig (LA)
Hans Fjellestad* (LA)
Intense Situations of Peril
    Glenn Bach
    Shea M. Grauer
    Scott A. Peterson
Paquito Villa (Mexicali)
Charles Curtis
David Borgo
Madelyn Byrne
Gunnar Biggs
Danny Campbell
Billy Hawkins
Rick Helzer
Peter Gach
Michael Mufson
Toni Pope
DJ Tenshun
Bob Weller
Borborygmus*
Curtis Glatter*
Gunther's Grass
    Christopher Adler
    Marcelo Radulovidh*
    Scott Walton*
Something Strange Is Afoot
    James Burton
    Justin Grinnell
    Nathan Hubbard*
Trio Maghreb
    Marcos Fernandes*
    Tracy McMullen*
    Al Scholl* (Denver)
Troikastra
    Jon Calzo
    Marcos Fernandes*
    Curtis Glatter*
    Nathan Hubbard*
Wormhole
    Burnett Anderson
    Marcos Fernandes*
    Nathan Hubbard*
    Robert Montoya*
    Ellen Weller*

* Trummerflora collective


Trummerflora presents their 5th Annual Spring Reverb, a festival of original music and visual art. Performers from Canada, Mexico and the US come together for this celebration of creativity. The performances will be held downtown at The Honey Bee Hive on Thursday, May 4th, in Carlsbad at Museum of Making Music on Friday, May 5th, uptown at Limbo Fine Arts in conjunction with Sushi Performance and Visual Art on Saturday, May 6th and in San Marcos at the California State University campus on Sunday, May 7th. For the fifth year celebration of Spring Reverb, the Trummerflora Collective will present a High School Honor Band featuring young emerging artists from San Diego County. A visual arts exhibit will be presented at Limbo Fine Arts by Sushi Performance and Visual Art.


Venues:

Thursday, May 4th, 8-10pm
The Honey Bee Hive
1409 C Street
San Diego CA 92101
(619) 702-6010
$10 21+

Friday, May 5th, 7-11pm
Museum of Making Music
5790 Armada Drive
Carlsbad, CA 92008
(760) 438-5996
$10 All ages.

Saturday, May 6th, 7-11pm
Sushi: Take Out at Limbo Fine Arts
1432 University Avenue
San Diego CA 92103
619-295-5393
Free admission. All ages.
presented in conjunction with
Sushi Performance and Visual Art

Sunday, May 7th, 12-6pm
Cal State San Marcos
333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Rd.
San Marcos CA 92096
(760) 750-4000


These musicians and artists represent a fascinating international culture of aesthetic risk-takers who push the limits of their imagination (and ours). Each has a unique approach unfettered by any unifying philosophy - no dogmas, simply a commitment to artistic exploration, freedom, and the creative process.

Trummerflora continues to explore the theme of collaboration by hosting numerous improvisatory interactions between the collective and their invited guest artists during Spring Reverb '06.


The Trummerflora Collective is an independent group of music makers that embraces the pluralistic nature of creative music as an important means of artistic expression for the individual and the community, and provides an atmosphere that nurtures the creative development of its members.

"Trummerflora, or rubble plants and trees, are a special phenomenon unique to heavily bombed urban areas. The bomb acts as a plow, mixing rubble fragments with the earth which often contain seeds dormant for a century or more. These seeds come to light and those that can live in this new and special earth grow and flourish." - Helen and Newton Harrison

For further information please contact:
Marcos Fernandes (619) 299-5371 sounds@accretions.com
Ellen Weller (619) 263-8002 eweller@palomar.edu

Spring Reverb 06 is made possible in part by a grant from the North County Higher Education Alliance and the support of Sushi Performance and Visual Art.

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