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Program on Latin Guitar in Takoma Park

Takoma Park

Sat, June 25, 2022 7:30 PM, EDT

15 of 35 spots still available
Vaccine policy
Bring proof of COVID vaccination with booster
Testing policy
COVID testing not required
This is an outdoor event
Mask policy
Masks are not required
Greeter checks
Greeter will confirm safety precautions
If you feel sick, stay home
Drinking policy
Bring your own drinks
Wheelchair access
Not wheelchair accessible
Kid-friendly event

This is an outdoor groupmuse

A live in-person performance in a backyard or another outdoor space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


Stephanie K. Superhost

I love hosting concerts in my cozy cabin. Listen to excellent music, see friends, make new ones while supporting local musicians. What's not to like?

NOTE:Park on opposite side of street

What's the music?

Bruno Lucini

The Sea, the Moon, and the Stars

Gnossienne No. 1 - Erik Satie
Ojos Brujos - Gonzalo Roig
Canto de Iemanjá – Baden Powell
Floresta do Amazonas: Melodia Sentimental - Heitor Villa-Lobos
Europa (Earth’s Cry Heaven’s Smile) – Santana
Camiño das Estrelas – John W. Warren
Shine On You Crazy Diamond – Pink Floyd
Serenata de la Sirena (Mermaid's Serenade) - John W. Warren

John W. Warren, composer and Latin American classical guitarist, has performed extensively in the United States and Latin America. In solo performance, and with sensational Brazilian percussionist Bruno Lucini, Warren specializes in the music of Brazil, Cuba, Latin America, and Spain; his own compositions; and arrangements of popular songs, on classical, acoustic, and electric guitar. Warren has presented concerts, radio performances, and performed at private and corporate events throughout the United States, and in Brazil, Bolivia, Mexico, and Spain. He is a regular contributor to Acoustic Guitar and Classical Guitar magazines.

Brazilian percussionist Bruno Lucini showcases an openness to the world’s cultural diversity and its wide vocabulary of rhythms and instruments. As a world-fusion musician, he blends hand percussion and drum set in a polyrhythmic hybrid setup. Lucini performs with well-known groups such as Origem (Brazilian fusion jazz), Veronneau (world acoustique), Downtown Tumbao (world & Chilango jazz) on nationally recognized places from Washington to New York, such as the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, DC Duke Ellington Jazz Fest, Sculpture Garden Jazz DC, Blues Alley, Howard Theater and Silver Spring Jazz Fest.


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