Logan Laudenslager is a classically-trained soprano performing in the realms of opera, choir, church music, musical theater, and recital settings. A graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, Logan frequently performs around the greater Philadelphia and New York areas. A curious life-long learner (and history geek), she enjoys tackling new and obscure works in the classical world and performing works by female composers.
Logan has significant symphonic choral experience, singing under the batons of Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Sir Simon Rattle, and Father Alphonse Stephenson with orchestras including the Philadelphia Orchestra, Berliner Philharmoniker and Orchestra of St. Peter by the Sea. She currently holds a soprano section leader position at Calvary Episcopal Church in Summit, NJ. She has performed in a handful of regional choirs, including Princeton Pro Musica, Calvary Church's Chorale, Rise Up Chorus, and professional women's ensemble VoceNova. She has been a featured soloist for works by Benjamin Britten, Poulenc, and in musical theater ensembles. In the world of opera, she has been receiving success as a dependable opera chorister. Recent chorus performances include La boheme on the Jersey Shore, Goyescas with Hub City Opera, and Carmen and La rondine with Delaware Valley Opera. As a lyric operatic soprano, she has performed such roles as Ilia in Idomeneo, Vitellia in La clemenza di Tito, and La Fee/Fairy Godmother in Viardot's Cendrillon. As a recitalist, Logan enjoys performing new works with chamber ensembles and works at private events, and will soon be debuting a recital series of Libby Larsen's Try Me Good King, combining her love of history and art song.
Besides singing, Logan also works in the tech startup world, ever eager to expand her skill set and always learning something new. An Allentown native, she currently lives in Manayunk with her partner and two cats. In her free time, she is an avid baker and traveler, and enjoys jewelry-making and fencing.