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Considered by Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda as the “next big thing” on Broadway, Mexican Director, Composer, Arranger & Orchestrator Jaime Lozano is back at Joe’s Pub with his "Familia"--an all-Latinx line up of the best Broadway and Off-Broadway performers in a concert about their immigrant experience. An evening full of songs and stories about finding a new home, learning a new language, dealing with discrimination, trying to fit in, pursuing the American dream, being in love, growing older, and missing his native land. A show about diversity, inclusion, and building bridges instead walls.
“Jaime Lozano is a thrilling new talent on the musical theater scene and if ‘Songs by an Immigrant’ is any indication, his will be a name we’ll be hearing from…in all languages…for many years to come.” – Splash Magazines
“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