Lozano John Eduard

Marigaux Oboe

Lozano John Eduard

JOHN EDUARD LOZANO, started his musical studies at the age of 11 under the guidance of Master Harold Fermín Vargas and Cáceres, and then perfected them at the Conservatory of the National University of Colombia under Andreass Schneider’s guidance and also took part in master classes with George Merwin (Germany), Paul Henry Fischer (Belgium), Jorge Andres Pinzon (Colombia), Peter Cocciararo (Argentina), Jean Louis Capezalli (Lyon Conservatory).

He belonged to the Youth Symphony and then to the National Band of Colombia. In 2002 he travelled to Boston to play with the National Youth Orchestra of the Americas (YOA), holding the position of principal oboe, touring across America with soloists like Yo-Yo Ma, directed by Gustavo Dudamel and Benjamin Zander.

He has been invited to play as oboe soloist in the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia and Medellin Philharmonic and also performed twice during the International Music Festival of Cartagena. He played concerts in the hall Alberto Castilla (Colombia), Theater Tolima (Colombia), Theater Colon (Colombia), American Theatre (Colombia), Theatre New England (Boston), Theater Municipal (Colombia).

Since 2003 he is appointed principal oboe of the Cali Philharmonic Orchestra and oboe professor at the Conservatory of Antonio Maria Valencia and Universidad del Valle and was invited in 2012 as a woodwind instructor to tour with “The Way of Concerti” Italy, France and Spain.