TALENT: Composer/ Music Director/ Orchestrator/Arranger

Jaime Lozano is a musical theatre composer who has been heralded as the “next big thing” on Broadway by Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda. A native of Monterrey, Mexico, Jaime earned his BFA in Music and Composition from the School of Music at the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León and was the recipient of a full scholarship to New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he has the distinction of being the first Mexican to be accepted to and earn an MFA from the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program. Jaime is part of the 2020-2021 Joe’s Pub Working Group residency and Civilians R&D Group.

A prolific composer, Jaime’s works have been produced at venues such as the Minskoff Theatre (Broadway), Lucille Lortel Theatre (Off-Broadway), The Pearl Theatre (Off-Broadway), The Players Theatre (Off-Broadway), Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre (Off Broadway), Goodspeed Opera House, The 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, Théâtre du Châtelet and Comédie Nation (Paris, France), Theater 11 (Zurich, Suiza), Deutsches Theater (Munich, Germany), Admiralspalast (Berlin, Germany), Sadler’s Wells (London, UK), Teatro Benito Juárez (Mexico City), and Aula Magna (Monterrey, Mexico). Jaime’s works include The Yellow Brick Road, which premiered Off-Broadway premiere in 2011 to critical acclaim. Jaime has also dabbled in film scoring, most notably having written the score for the short film “Os” by Jesús Alarcón. In 2015, Jaime co-created a jazz project called “The New Standards”—an album of contemporary musical theatre songs accompanied by jazz arrangements written by Lozanoand Jesús Altamira that has been performed in New York City, Mexico, and across Latin America. Jaime is also known as an arranger, music director, and orchestrator.

As an arranger, Jaime has worked with the cast of Broadway’s In the Heights and with Tony and Grammy award-winner Alex Lacamoire on the 2010 Christmas recording “Carols for a Cure”. Jaime is also the arranger, orchestrator, and music director for R.Evolución Latina’s album “Dare to Go Beyond”. Jaime co-orchestrated the Cuban musical Carmen La Cubana with Alex Lacamoire, which premiered in Paris in 2016 and was followed by a successful European tour. Jaime is the artistic director and music producer of La Casita Recording Studio in Monterrey, Mexico and director of the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León Musical Theatre Professional Company in Monterrey, Mexico, where he develops new musicals. Jaime is currently a voting member of the Latin GRAMMY and GRAMMY Awards.