Logan Jones, a native of Holland, MI, recently graduated with honors from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education. Logan completed her student teaching internship in Grand Haven Public Schools. She assisted with an 8th grade women’s choir, 8th grade men’s choir, Freshman Women’s Chorale, Chamber Choir (large mixed SATB chorus), Advanced Women’s Ensemble, and Choral Ensemble (highly select mixed SATB chorus), as well as Sweet Harmony and Sweet-Her harmony, 10-person gender groups from within Choral Ensemble. Logan also assisted with Buccaneer Union, an afterschool 7th – 12th grade men’s choir. Additionally, she assistant directed the middle school musical, Elf Jr.
While completing her coursework at MSU, Logan successfully ran the award-winning MSU American Choral Director’s Association Student Chapter and Burcham Sings Outreach Program, an outreach community choir. She also enjoyed multiple competitive internships, working with the Michigan State Campus Choir and the MSU Community Music School Young Men’s Chorus. In addition to her choral work, Logan taught early childhood music courses to children ages infant through 7 years old. During her time in East Lansing, Logan worked in the music programs at First Presbyterian Church of Lansing and Grace Lutheran Church. Logan studied conducting with Dr. Sandra Snow and Dr. Jonathan Reed and private voice with Peter Lightfoot and Dr. Anne Nispel.
Logan is currently serving as a long-term Substitute Teacher in Black River Public School. Here, she works with 6th – 12th grade choirs and Kindergarten – 3rd grade general music.