After completing a degree in Piano Performance at the University of Western Ontario, Logan went to London, England for his a post graduate degree in Advanced Solo Studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. While still completing his post-grad degree he was hired by National Theatre of Great Britain to work as a rehearsal pianist. In his early twenties he found himself working in a repertory company with some of the great actors of this generation: Nigel Hawthorne, Judy Dench, Anthony Hopkins, Daniel Day Lewis, Bill Nighy. For the next three years, he worked at the National Theatre, performing in numerous productions, soaking up the inspiring atmosphere of the National Theatre. He returned to Canada in 1990 and was hired by the Shaw Festival, where he spent nine seasons working at one of the largest repertory companies in North America. He he began his conducting career as Associate Music Director on "A Foggy Day" and "She Loves Me". He left Shaw in 2001. His Music Director credits include a Dora nomination and a Betty Mitchell nomination or Best Musical Direction for "Time After Time: the Chet Baker Project". He helped develop this show along with director Jim Millan (Kids in the Hall, The Illusionist on Broadway) and performed and toured with it from 2002 - 2004.
He began working in the U.S. in 2004 as Music Director of the 25th anniversary National tours of “Cats”. He conducted the "Cats" tour for two years and was with them on the first productions in Mexico, Brazil and Chile. A high point was conducting the show in the 15,000 seat Auditorio National in Mexico City. He also conducted the “Crazy for You”, National tour and was Associate MD of the “Chicago" National tour. He spent two years as Music Director for the internationally acclaimed crossover artists "The Tenors", working with them in their formative years, and touring with them internationally before returning to Toronto to take the job of Associate MD for the Toronto production of “Jersey Boys”. Since moving full time to New York in 2010 he has been the Associate MD for the First and Second National tours of “Jersey Boys”, MD and arranger for the Off-Broadway hit “The Bardy Bunch”, Associate MD for the workshop ofBroadway bound “Superfly”, directed by Bill T. Jones. Broadway credits include: Keyboards for "Dr. Zhivago". He was an original orchestra member of the "A Bronx Tale" on Broadway and the Music Supervisor for "A Christmas Story" the U.S. tour". He is Music Supervisor and Arranger for "The Bardy Bunch" which recently finished a critically acclaimed two month run at the Mercury Theatre in Chicago. Most recently he was Music Supervisor and Arranger for “Christmas in Hell” which played Off-Broadway at the York Theatre in 2018. He just finished a tour as Conductor and Pianist for Rocktopia.
In the last ten years he has been working increasingly in a creative role, as a book writer, lyricist and composer. His first musical "Fingers and Toes" was a hit at NYMF in 2010, and has gone on to three other regional productions since. He has co-written two other musicals in developments, and is the original Music Director on several others (see Productions in Development), he has written scores for short films and web series.
In rehearsal for the Bardy Bunch
Working with Ron Melrose on "A Bronx Tale" - dec. 2014. Directed by Jerry Zacks/Robert DeNiro, Music by Alan Menken, Book by Chazz Palmentieri.
Opening act at "The Power Within" conference with Mr. Bill Clinton.
With President Bill Clinton after opening at the “Power Within” Conference.