Jaime Lozano

Insights into their December shows in NYC from Migguel Anggelo, Jaime Lozano, and Florencia Cuenca

Beginning this week, two original musical productions from multi-talented Latin American artists will open in NYC. Playing December 1-3, at Lincoln Center’s Clark Studio Theater, is English with an Accent by Venezuelan-American singer-songwriter, dancer, actor, and painter Migguel Anggelo, whose work – exploring the intersection of his queer, Latino, and immigrant identities – uses music, physical theater, dance, and costume to follow an immigrant caterpillar’s arrival in New York with the hopes of becoming a butterfly and attaining the American dream. Performed with a company of ten dancers, the piece is directed, choreographed, and developed by Avihai Haham, with original music and lyrics composed by Anggelo and longtime collaborator and music director Jaime Lozano, and celebrates the release of their album of the same name on December 2.
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New Musical: Present Perfect! By Jaime Lozano and Nancy Cheser

Have you ever wished you could brag that you caught an early version of a show like Hamilton or In the Heights before it hit Broadway? If you were at 54 Below on November 9, your bragging rights may well be in your future after this staged reading (or staged singing) of Present Perfect, written by the formidable team of composer Jamie Lozano and playwright/lyricist Nancy Nachama Cheser. This reviewer was hugely impressed by Mr. Lozano’s growing oeuvre at his show there in July (reviewed HERE), which included several songs from Present Perfect. (As it happens, Mr. Lozano orchestrated Lin-Manuel Miranda’s music for the film In the Heights.) .
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Jaime Lozano & Mauricio Martinez Back to 54 Below

Mexican director, composer, arranger & orchestrator Jaime Lozano is back at Feinstein’s/54 Below, July 18 @ 9:30 pm, this time sharing the spotlight with his friend & collaborator Mauricio Martínez, the Mexican star of theatre, music, and television…in a concert that will feature selections from musicals that Jaime has written the music to and Mauricio has performed in, as well as songs from the album Songs By An Immigrant, in which they collaborated together.
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Jaime Lozano: Songs by an Immigrant

Lincoln Center’s long-running American Songbook series has dedicated this Spring season to “the significance of globalization in today’s music and the incredible exchange of cultures, American and beyond, that plays a part in music-making.” That box was assuredly ticked with Jaime Lozano’s Songs by an Immigrant. In a generous set, the songwriter presented an eclectic mix of his work, most from his album of the same name, a song-cycle of the challenges of the first – and second – generation newcomers to the USA, particularly in finding a new home, learning a new language, dealing with discrimination, pursuing the American Dream and searching for ways to build bridges.


When you’ve been called “the next big thing” by Lin-Manuel Miranda, had your music featured in the same month at Mauricio Martinez’s acclaimed 54 Below show and as part of Prospect Theater Company’s revue Notes from Now, and, above all, sold out your April 15th Lincoln Center’s American Songbook concert, “Songs by an Immigrant” in a mere 24 hours, you could turn out to be a stuck-up egomaniac. Or you could be Jaime Lozano.

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with musical multi-hyphenate Jaime Lozano

Musician, composer, arranger, orchestrator, music director, and vocal coach Jaime Lozano has taken the term multi-hyphenate and extended his flourishing fame with it, from his homeland of Mexico to his home base in NYC and throughout the world, far beyond Andy Warhol’s proverbial fifteen minutes. With a Master’s in Musical Theatre Writing (on a full scholarship) from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts to his endorsement by Broadway’s living legend Lin-Manuel Miranda (who wrote the liner notes for Lozano’s most recent album) and his active schedule on stage and in the recording studio, his musical talents have been widely acclaimed and are soon be heard again live in two upcoming concerts at iconic venues in Manhattan.

Jaime Lozano – Songs By An Immigrant

Musical Theatre Composer, Jaime Lozano sold out his concert in 24 hours which will bring “Songs by an Immigrant” to the stage as a part of Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series on April 15th, 2022 at 7:30pm. Lozano’s show addresses the immigrant experience in the United States through a repertoire that explores diversity, inclusion, and building bridges through music and inspiration.

Who is rumored Dynamo head coach Jaime Lozano?

News of Houston’s coaching search has been very quiet. The Dynamo are now the only team in Major League Soccer with a vacancy in the head coach position. At the beginning of December, General Manager Pat Onstad gave us a clear idea of what he was looking for in a coach when he spoke to Glenn Davis on Soccer Matters.

Canciones de Navidad: Real-life musical stories by composer Jaime Lozano

Real-life musical stories by composer Jaime Lozano makes its Lucille Lortel Theater. One of 12 shows of TINSEL: A Global Holiday Festival. “Songs by an Immigrant establishes Jaime as a force to be reckoned with in musical theater, in Latin music, or wherever else he wants to go.”. – Lin-Manuel...

Jaime Lozano celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with his Feinstein’s/54 Below debut

Since 1968 (when President Lyndon Johnson began the observance for a week, which was expanded to 30 days, from September 15-October 15, by Ronald Reagan in 1988), Americans have celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month to recognize the importance of the Hispanic/Latino population to the United States and its history. This year’s theme, “Esperanza: A Celebration of Hispanic Heritage and Hope,” created by Victor Anthony Zertuche (Attorney-Advisor at the US Environmental Protection Agency) under the auspices of NCHEPM, considers how great tomorrow can be by holding onto resilience and hope, appreciating the contributions Hispanics have made in the past and will continue to make in the future, and reminding everyone to stand strong and united.