Adjunct Assistant Professor, Music
Jennifer Logan teaches electronic music, composition, orchestration, music theory, aural skills, and music fundamentals.
- Office: Booth 201
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (323) 259-2785
Education: B.A., M.A., Cal State Fresno; Ph.D., UC Santa Barbara
She is a multi-faceted composer, articulating her experience in instrumental writing with computer music.
Logan started her musical studies at age 6. She studied piano with William Aprile, the late Philip Lorenz, and Andreas Werz; composition and orchestration with William Kraft, Alejandro Planchart, and Jack Fortner; and electro-acoustic composition with Curtis Roads.
Additionally, Logan has participated in seminars such as the Stockhausen Courses (2001), and the Ascoli-Piceno Music Festival in Italy (1998). As a pianist, she has been active as a soloist and as a member of multiple ensembles, having performed in the U.S. and abroad. She has collaborated with ensembles such as the ECM, Orpheus, and Polyhymnia. In 2003-2004, she was a visiting doctoral researcher at l'Université Paris VIII/CICM (Centre de Recherche Informatique et Création Musicale).
Logan is a prize-winner in the Los Angeles Liszt Competition, Keyboard Concerts Youth Performance Awards, Tulare County Symphony Young Artists Competition, and the Corwin Prize for Electroacoustic Composition.
As an educator, she has taught for the Los Angeles Community College District, Cal State Fresno, and UC Santa Barbara. She has directed the Los Angeles Sonic Odyssey, a concert series dedicated to electronic and computer concert music, since 2003.