"Songs by an Immigrant" Concert to play Lincoln Center as part of American Songbook Series
Jaime Lozano is bringing his album "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, both the evening's conductor and creator, will be joined onstage by his Familia, an all-star Latinx lineup of Broadway and Off-Broadway performers. The show addresses the meaningful theme of the immigrant experience in the United States through repertoire & arrangements about diversity, inclusion, and building bridges through music and inspiration.
The sold-out concert will feature an all-Latinx cast including Lozano, Andréa Burns (On Your Feet!), Eden Espinosa (Wicked), Shereen Pimentel (West Side Story), Florencia Cuenca (A Never-Ending Line), Nicholas Edwards (The Last Five Years), Javier Ignacio (Company), Mauricio Martínez (On Your Feet!), and Marina Pires (On Your Feet! national tour).
Following a series of sold-out downtown theater performances, the work takes its next step forward with a concert staging at Lincoln Center’s American Songbook. Lozano honestly portrays the challenges of the first- and second-generation middle class U.S. immigrant experience: finding a new home, learning a new language, dealing with discrimination, pursuing the American Dream, and searching for ways to build bridges instead of walls.