Emma Logan strives to write music that is emotionally compelling through the use of gesture, experimentation, and subtle storytelling. Logan’s music draws upon her performing experience and interactions with fellow musicians for inspiration. Her musical experiences range from producing new music concerts, participating in community performances, and involvement in student recitals. She has written for a variety of events including theater, concerts, student recitals, and dance productions. Logan’s passion for contemporary music drives her to continue collaborating with fellow young composers and performers to bring new music to life.
She is currently pursing her M.M. in Composition at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music in the studio of David Garner. Logan received her B.M. in Composition from Syracuse University’s Setnor School of Music studying with Andrew Waggoner, Daniel S. Godfrey, and Nicolas Scherzinger. While at Syracuse University, Logan received the Heaton Fellowship and was awarded the Irene L. Crooker Music Award (2012) and the Sue Matheson Prize for Contemporary Music Performance (2013).
Emma Logan – Darker than Blue
for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, piano