Jaime Lozano and The Familia: Songs by an Immigrant - Joe's Pub Live!
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"Jaime Lozano has made you a hell of a mosaic. The album establishes Jaime as a force to be reckoned with in musical theater, in Latin music, or wherever else he wants to go." - Lin-Manuel Miranda on the album Songs by an Immigrant
Considered by Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda as the “next big thing” on Broadway, Mexican Director, Composer, Arranger & Orchestrator Jaime Lozano is back, virtually, 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.
Born in Monterrey, Mexico, Jaime Lozano is one of the five artists selected for the 2020-2021 Joe’s Pub Working Group residency and one of the artists selected as part as The Civilians R&D Group 2020-2021. Selected works: Tlatelolco, Myths, The Yellow Brick Road (Off-Broadway and National Tour), Carmen La Cubana (European Tour), Children of Salt (NYMF 2016 “Best of Fest” Production), A Never-Ending Line (Comédie Nation in Paris, France and Off-Broadway), Savage (UAB at Birmingham), Present Perfect (Live & In Color). Albums: “Tlatelolco” (producer, composer, lyricist), “Carols for a Cure 2010” (arranger, orchestrator), R.Evolución Latina’s “Dare to Go Beyond” (arranger, orchestrator, music director), Florencia Cuenca’s “Aquí – Los Nuevos Standards” (producer, arranger, music director), Doreen Montalvo's “American Soul / Latin Heart” (producer, arranger, orchestrator, music director), “A Never-Ending Line” (producer, composer, arranger, orchestrator), these last two released by Broadway Records. Director: The Last Five Years (Spanish World Premiere), Into the Woods, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Fantasticks, Jekyll & Hyde (Mexican World Premiere), Songs for a New World (Spanish World Premiere), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; as well as his very own works Tlatelolco, Myths and Con Amor…Isa Colibrí. Jaime has performed sold-out shows at Two River Theater, Joe’s Pub, and The Green Room 42 with his concert “Jaime Lozano and the Familia: Songs by an Immigrant,” which features an all-Latino line up of Broadway stars, the album featuring collaborations with Raul Midón, Alex Lacamoire, Mandy Gonzalez, Gaby Moreno, Antonio Sánchez, among others; and with liner notes by Lin-Manuel Miranda is available at Broadway Records. He is a teacher and activist for the New York City based not-for-profit organization R.Evolución Latina. BFA: Music & Composition, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León; MFA: NYU/Tisch, Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program; part of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop. Mex-Am Cultural Foundation Grant recipient. Proud member of the Dramatists Guild of America, AFM Local 802, BMI and GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY voting member.