Louahn Lowe is an award-winning pianist, composer, musical director, and actor. She earned her Master’s Degree from American Conservatory Theatre, and her Bachelor of Music in Classical Piano Performance from UNC. Louahn has performed locally as well as nationally with such jazz legends as Roy Gaines, Marcus Miller, Martin Mancuso, Kamasi Washington, Phyllis Battle, and many others.
She was a founding member of the critically acclaimed SOJ Quintet, and leads her own jazz trio, the Louahn Lowe Trio, which was featured on the PBS special Literary Speak, spotlighting African American Artists.
As a classical pianist, Louahn has performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and been accompanist for the Los Angeles Music Center. She assisted in the musical direction of the Ray Charles Live! project at the Pasadena Playhouse, which moved to Broadway, in addition to musically directing many projects for other LA theaters.
Louahn is an accomplished actor, with credits on stage, television, and film. She most recently completed work in a film starring Gary Oldman, and as a leading actor in the pilot episode of the web series Around the World in 80 Dates.
Louahn has received the Angel Award from the City of Los Angeles for the past five years in a row for her work with jazz legend Charlie Owens and his band The Jazz Ambassadors, who introduce jazz to kids throughout the Los Angeles Public School System with the LA Jazz Society.