Dancer / Choreographer
About Christian Lozano
Christian Lozano, Dancer (Barcelona, 1979)
At the age of seven he began his dance studies in various disciplines, standing out immediately for his interpretative ability and versatility. With just 16 years old, he gets his first contract in the Spanish Dance Company Manuel Núñez. He remained in Barcelona for two more years, working with different groups in Barcelona such as: Color Danza, Increpación and the Ballet José de la Vega, with which he toured different European countries. In 1998 he finished his studies of Spanish dance at the Institut del Teatre, graduating outstandingly. That same year he moved to Madrid to be part of the New Spanish Ballet.
In September 2000 and under the direction of Aída Gómez, he began a successful seven-year tour of the National Ballet of Spain, during which he met and worked with masters such as Juanjo Linares, Alberto Lorca, Pilar López, José Granero and Antonio Gades, and where, as the first dancer, he arrives to assume some of the most important male roles in the Spanish repertoire and Spanish dance, such as "Medea" by José Granero and "Fuenteovejuna" by Antonio Gades, giving his own personal stamp to the characters of Jason and Leafy respectively. Other outstanding performances have been in "Elegía" by José Antonio, "Taranto" by Antonio Canales and in "El Loco" by Javier Latorre. In 2007 he joined the Company of Aída Gómez as First Dancer.
As a teacher, Christian Lozano has taught courses at different Spanish conservatories, as well as a guest at dance schools in France, Italy, Thailand, Korea and the United States. He is also a teacher at the Flamenco Conservatory Foundation "Casa Patas" in Madrid.