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SPRING REVERB 07
6th Annual Festival of Creative Music, Dance and Art
create + bloom + flourish


Spring Reverb 07 was a resounding success! Thank you to all the artists for your participation. Although the festival is over, you still have a chance to check out some of the events. SignOnSanDiego has put together a video for their site and Nathan Hubbard has posted some videos at YouTube as well.



  Participating Artists:
(more info)

  Kamau Daáood (LA)
  Anthony Davis
  Mark Dresser
  Harris Eisenstadt (NYC)
  Kamau Kenyatta
  George Lewis (NYC)
  Miya Masaoka (NYC)
  Mike Pride (NYC)
  Point Loma (Tijuana)
  Sara Schoenbeck (LA)
  David Scott Stone (LA)
  Charles Curtis
  Farhad Bahrami
  Juan Jose Barcenas (Mexico City)
  Jane Blount
  Michael Dessen (Irvine)
  Diastereo
  Braden Diotte
  Ron Estes
  Greg Gibson
  Justin Grinnell
  Louis Haiman
  Adnan Marquez-Borbon (Ensenada)
  Alicia Marvan (NYC)
  Justin Morrison
  Toni Pope
  Jessica Radulovich
  Isaac Schankler
  Leslie Seiters
  Morgan Sully
  Kris Tiner (Bakersfield)
  Bob Weller
  Binacional Electroacoustic Ensemble
    (Mexico/USA)
  Borborygmus
  Cosmologic
  Dornob
  Gunther's Grass
  Ogd_S(11) Translation Has Failed
  North County faculty and students
  Point of Contact
  Posture for Realignment
  SeeSaw Ensemble
  Skeleton Key Percussion Ensemble
  Traveling Light

  Trummerflora:

  Marcos Fernandes
  Hans Fjellestad (LA)
  Nathan Hubbard
  James Ilgenfritz
  Robert Montoya
  Marcelo Radulovich
  Jason Robinson
  Scott Walton
  Ellen Weller


Trummerflora presents their 6th Annual Spring Reverb, a festival of original music, dance and visual art. Performers from Canada, Mexico and the US come together for this celebration of creativity. The performances will be held in Carlsbad at Museum of Making Music on Friday, April 20th, in San Marcos at the California State University campus on Saturday, April 21st, in La Jolla at the Center for Research and Computing in the Arts (CRCA) at UCSD on Sunday April 22nd. in San Diego at Kava Lounge Gallery on Friday and Saturday, April 27th and 28th and at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego's new Jacobs Building on Thursday, May 3rd. Creative music workshops will be held throughout the community. Trummerflora continues to explore the theme of collaboration by hosting numerous improvisatory interactions between the collective and their invited guest artists during Spring Reverb '07.


Venues:

Friday, April 20th, 7pm
Museum of Making Music
5790 Armada Drive
Carlsbad, CA 92008
(760) 438-5996
$10 All ages

Saturday, April 21st, 2pm-6:30pm
Cal State San Marcos
333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Rd.
San Marcos CA 92096
(760) 750-4000
$5 Donation All ages

Sunday, April 22nd, 5pm
Center for Research and Computing in the Arts (CRCA)
University of California, San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92093 presented in conjunction with
the International Society for Improvised Music (ISIM) $10 general / $5 students All ages

Friday & Saturday, April 27th & 28th, 8pm
Kava Lounge Gallery
2812 Kettner Blvd
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 543-0933
presented in conjunction with
Sushi Performance and Visual Art
Share SD
One night: $10 general / $6 students & Sushi members
Two nights: $15 general / $10 students & Sushi members

Thursday, May 3rd, 7pm
TNT (Thursday Night Thing)
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego - Downtown
1100 KettnerBlvd.
San Diego, CA 92101


The festival kickoff features a cast of world renowned artists including Los Angeles-based poet and community activist Kamau Daáood, pianist Anthony Davis, bassist Mark Dresser, saxophonists Jason Robinson and Ellen Weller, and pianist Bob Weller. A partnership between Trummerflora and the Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad, the initial evening of the festival gathers an historic confluence of creative figures in music and poetry.

The second day of the festival brings together an array of cutting edge musicians from Southern California and Mexico. Taking place at Cal State San Marcos, two stages showcase the critically acclaimed avant-jazz quartet Cosmologic, the Binacional Electroacoustic Ensemble featuring Mexican saxophonist and electronics artist Adnan Marquez-Borbon, the Nathan Hubbard/Curtis Glatter Duo, Persian untraditional music by Dornob, a North County collegiate faculty ensemble and student group, and others. An afternoon event stuffed with exquisite sounds for the imaginative listener.

The third event partners Trummerflora with the International Society for Improvised Music (ISIM) to present an evening of creative music at UCSD's Center for Research and Computing in the Arts (CRCA). New York percussionist Harris Eisenstadt and Los Angeles-based bassoonist Sara Schoenbeck present their duo Saris and Trummerflora bassist James Ilgenfritz leads a trio with trumpeter Kris Tiner and Accordionist Isaac Schankler, Things will begin with saxophonist/scholar Jason Robinson moderating a panel discussion titled "Creative Music In and Beyond the Academy: Community Engagement and Experimental Music."

Experimental electronics expands the horizon when pioneers of the genre meet emerging new artists at the Kava Lounge Gallery. George Lewis and Miya Masaoka are two established and influential innovators in digital technology while Hans Fjellestad (MOOG) and David Scott Stone (The Melvins) explore the dark lush world of analog circuits and vacuum tubes, and Marcos Fernandes and Mike Pride interface percussion with phonography. Co-presenters Share SD and Trummerflora provide broken beats and genre-bending electro-acoustic hybrids.

MCA's TNT turns into a multi-media installation when Lower Left's Alicia Marván directs two site-specific dance pieces amongs sculptures by Ernesto Neto and Richard Serra in a creative collaboration with Trummerflora musicians, and the Nortec Collective's Point Loma, Robert M and Braden Diotte complete the aural landscape.


For further information please contact:
Marcos Fernandes, 619-299-5371, sounds@accretions.com
Jason Robinson, 858-204-8859, jason@jasonrobinson.com
Ellen Weller, 619-263-8002, eweller@palomar.edu


Spring Reverb 07 is made possible in part by a grant from the North County Higher Education Alliance
and through the support of:
International Society for Improvised Music (ISIM)
Lower Left Performance Collective
Museum of Making Music
MCASD
Sushi Performance and Visual Art
ShareSD
UDSD Graduate Student Association
Langdon Productions
Accretions
Circumvention Music