Hal Logan is a composer, sound designer and studio owner, and a professor of Music Technology at the University of Portland. He has been involved in the Portland theater scene for about 11 years, and has worked with most of the professional theaters in town. He lives in Portland with his wife, actor and University of Portland professor, Mindi Logan.
Hal Logan has provided professional set drumming and percussion work in bands and performance groups across a wide variety of genres. He has performed and arranged professional vocal solo and ensemble works, and he has created a vast repertoire of original compositions, songs and advertising music.
His compositions were recently featured in Us vs, Them for Dark Luna Productions in New York; God’s Ear at Theatre Vertigo; Richard III for the Northwest Classical Theatre; Lost Wavelengths in the JAW West Festival; Much Ado About Nothing and Treatment at the Quintessence Theater, and Fuente Ovejuna, Rosalba y los Llaveros, and Te llevo en la sangre at Miracle Theatre; A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Tygres Heart Theatre, Lysistrata, The Musical at the University of Portland, Dialogues at the University of Idaho. In film he has provided sound compositions for The Gift for the Adidas Short Film Contest; and Show Me A Sign from A Doll’s Story, a short film by Jim Seaton.
Hal Logan also designed the video for the Lewis and Clark College production of PLUMFIELD, IRAQ.
Hal Logan received a Bachelor’s of Music in vocal education, and a Master’s of Music in Composition fro the Lionel Hampton School of Music, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho.
For further information: Hal@HalLOganMusic.com