Master of Music in Voice from New England Conservatory of Music; Bachelor of Music in Voice from University of North Carolina School of the Arts
Piano, Keyboards, Voice
Logan Trotter is a Boston-based soprano where she is an educator and an active performer of art song, chamber music, and choral music.
As a voice teacher, she strives to create a safe environment where her students feel comfortable trying new things and taking risks. Since singing is so unique and requires the use of the whole body, Logan believes in a holistic approach to singing. She teaches using a lot of gestures, movements, and focuses heavily on the breath! Her hope is to nurture her student’s love and joy for singing and help them along their musical journey. She loves to work with voice students of all ability levels and with most genres and styles, including pop, classical, rock, and musical theater.
Logan also teaches piano, her first instrument, to students at a beginner to beg-intermediate level. She is also qualified to help vocal students who wish to study a combination of voice and piano, including self-accompaniment, arrangements, and repertoire. For this option, select Voice/Piano Lessons when enrolling.
Logan’s performance resume includes performing in the chorus of Handel’s Messiah with the Handel + Haydn Society Chorus and the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center. She is currently performing in the choruses of Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, and the Marsh Chapel Choir. Logan is the soprano Choral Fellow at Boston University Marsh Chapel. This past year, she was the soprano soloist for Bach Cantata 63 and 147 with the Marsh Chapel Choir and Collegium Orchestra. During her time in North Carolina, she appeared as a soloist in Bach’s Cantata 80, Vivaldi’s Magnificat, Rutter’s Requiem, and Vivaldi’s Gloria with the Magnolia Baroque Ensemble. Logan received her Masters of Music from the New England Conservatory where she studied with Karen Holvik.
“I had a wonderful experience working with Logan in my voice lessons. Everything she said was extremely helpful and I still use the techniques she taught today! She was always very enclosing and adaptive in the lessons as well!!” – Voice Student