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Jaime Lozano

Joe's Pub

August 18

~70 minutes


Doors at 6PM
Show at 7PM

Considered by Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda as the “next big thing” on Broadway, Mexican Director, Composer, Arranger & Orchestrator Jaime Lozano is making his Joe’s Pub concert debut with a musical theatre gala this August. 

Jaime’s work has been performed at prominent venues in New York City, Mexico, and Latin America, such as Goodspeed Opera House, Juilliard School of Music, The Triad Theatre, Theatre for the New City, Baruch Performing Arts Center, Merkin Concert Hall, St. George Theatre, Soho Playhouse, Metropolitan Room, Two River Theatre, Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre (Off Broadway), The Players, Town Hall, Minskoff Theatre (Broadway), Lucille Lortel Theatre (Off-Broadway), Feinstein’s/54 Below, Two River Thater, The Pearl Theatre (Off-Broadway), The Players Theatre (Off-Broadway), Théâtre du Châtelet and Comédie Nation (Paris, France), and Sadler’s Wells Theatre (London).  

He is co-orchestrator with Alex Lacamoire of the Cuban musical Carmen La Cubana, based on the opera Carmen by Bizet, which had its world premiere in Paris, France at the Théâtre du Châtelet in April 2016.

“With its accessible melodies and robust harmonies, the score by Jaime Lozano and Tommy Newman earns comparisons to Stephen Flaherty’s music for Once on This Island” – The New York Times, on The Yellow Brick Road

“The score is filled with light, passion, rhythm and joy.” - Times Square Chronicles, on Children of Salt

“Jaime Lozano’s score is overflowing with sounds that we don’t get to hear onstage very often… all bring to like delicious Latin flavors.” - Jose Solis, StageBuddy, on Children of Salt

“What keeps Children of Salt intriguing is the brilliant score by Lozano. It’s infectious. And the orchestrations are equally sensational.” - Michael Block, Theater In The Now

“The score is rich and resonant, with references to a range of genres, from jazz to classical, romantic ballads to pop and show tunes.” - Deb Miller, DC Metro, on A Never-Ending Line 

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