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Latin Classical Psychedelic at Megahaus in Edgewood Neighborhood in NE D.C.

Edgewood, Washington

Sat, July 15, 2023 7:00 PM, EDT

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53 of 70 spots still available
Vaccine policy
COVID vaccination with booster required (honor system)
Testing policy
COVID testing not required
This is an indoor event
Mask policy
Masks are recommended
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 a groupmuse

A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


John W. Warren, on classical and electric guitar, and Bruno Lucini, on Brazilian and Latin percussion. perform pieces from Brazil, Latin America, and Spain, original compositions, and instrumental arrangements of contemporary songs, in a sensational style that fuses elements of classical, rhythmic Bossa Nova, and psychedelia.

John W. Warren, composer and guitarist, has performed extensively in the United States and Latin America. Along with sensational Brazilian percussionist Bruno Lucini, Warren performs on classical, acoustic, and electric guitar, music that transcends boundaries of Latin/Brazilian, classical, and electronica romantica.

Warren and Lucini perform music from Brazil, Cuba, Latin America, and Spain; original compositions; and arrangements of popular songs from the 60s to today. Warren performs solo at more intimate house concerts, and as a duo with percussionist Bruno Lucini at larger Groupmuse gatherings.

Fore more information: https://www.groupmuse.com/musicians/1595-john-w-warren

The venue is the Megahaus, a bright yellow farmhouse that is next to and part of Edgewood Community Farm (@Edgewoodcommunityfarm & edgewoodcommunityfarm.org) an urban farm in the heart of Washington, D.C. The Megahaus is actually two row houses that have been combined into one, with two bathrooms available for guests and bands. Usually, we have performers play at the intersection of both houses, which allows a maximum audience capacity of 70 to 80 people, with audience members sitting in both living rooms, sets of stairs, floors in both houses but still able to see the performer clearly.

Afterwards, we usually host an optional firepit and farm tours for audience members and band members; and host a light get-together for audience members who want to stick around. We also usually provide free drinks for audience members, also encourage BYOB, and have a small team of volunteers helping run the show, help the band, etc. This is an adults only event, so leave the little ones and pets at home. We require COVID vaccination and boosters (on the honor system) and encourage, but do not require, masking.

The mission of the Megahaus and Edgewood Community Farm is to build community, introduce neighbors and friends to new music, and promote inclusivity. This is a queer, BIPOC, and immigrant friendly space. Come make new friends and check out amazing music.

What's the music?

John W. Warren Classical Guitar & Electric Guitar
Bruno Lucini Brazilian/Latin Percussion

La luna y las estrellas (The Moon and the Stars)

Mas Que Nada - Jorge Ben
Ojos Brujos – Gonzalo Roig
Gymnopedie no 1 - Erik Satie
La Luna en tu Mirada (Bolero) - Luis Chanivecky Rawek
Preludio Saudade - Agustin Barrios Mangoré
Alma Llanera - Pedro Elías Gutiérrez

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Adagio from the Concierto de Aranjuez - Joaquin Rodrigo
Camiño das Estrelas – John W. Warren
This Woman’s Work – Kate Bush
Dark Side of the Moon suite: Us and Them/Any Color You Like/Brain Damage – Pink Floyd
Teardrop – Massive Attack
Serenata de Adeus - Baden Powell


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