Sat, April 18, 8:00 PM

Guilford, Baltimore

A living room groupmuse

Live classical shows in community living rooms. They're casual, friendly, and intimate, and anyone can host.

35 spots total
at this groupmuse


Minimum payment
to musicians
Bring your
own drinks
Cats live here
Not accessible
Kid-friendly event



Stephanie Tommasello
Second-time host

Heat things up this spring with world music by Latin American guitarist, John Warren and Brazilian percussionist, Bruno Lucini.

Featuring melodic and accessible music from Brazil, Cuba, Peru, Mexico and other Latin American countries, their concerts also include original compositions and select cover songs on classical guitar; crossing boundaries of classical, folk, and world music. Their dynamic combination of Latin guitar and percussion will excite listeners with spontaneity and energy, making this a perfectly entertaining evening, whether moved to dance or simply enjoying the show!

Street parking is available on the main drag and also, more privately, within the neighborhood in adjacent avenues of historic Guilford.

Please enter through front of the home access at Greenmount Avenue. The yard has a smoke blue Victorian gothic wooden fence and a gate, but the address is clearly numbered on the brick post. Welcome!

Chairs chaise, couch, stair-steps, and benches are available, however, pillow bottom floor seating is also a cozy option as well. Bring your own to ensure a seat, or trust you’ll find one to claim here :)

Feel free to BYOB and come with a joyful heart


Latin guitar and Brazilian percussion


Bruno Lucini

Brazilian Percussion

An evening of Latin American music, original compositions, and arrangements of popular songs, featuring classical and electric guitar and Brazilian percussion.


Drume Negrita (Afro Cuban Lullaby) - Eliseo Grenet
Manhã de Carnaval (Morning of the Carnival) - Luis Bonfá
Trémolo - Eduardo Falú
La Noche Triste - John W. Warren
Sleepwalk - Santos and Johnny
Julia Florida - Agustin Barrios Mangoré
Afro Sambas - Baden Powell


Serenata de la Sirena (Mermaid's Serenade) - John W. Warren
Adagio from the Concierto de Aranjuez - Joaquin Rodrigo
Floresta de la Amazonas/Melodia Sentimental - Heitor Villa-Lobos
Gymnopedie no 1 - Erik Satie
Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen
Nana da Lua (Lullaby for the Moon) - John W. Warren
Serenata de Adeus (Farewell Serenade) - Baden Powell



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