Logan Souther



Logan Souther is quickly developing a reputation as an orchestra conductor and pianist of significant talent with a serious approach to music in Atlanta, Georgia. Recent performances as principal conductor include productions of Benjamin Britten’s Albert Herring and Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music. Additionally, Logan served as assistant conductor on productions of Lehar’s The Merry Widow and Mozart’s Idomeneo with OperaNEO in San Diego.    


Logan is the founding artistic director of the Gainesville Sinfonietta, a 25 member fully professional orchestra which produces free concerts for the North Georgia community each year.  Comfortable with both symphonic and operatic repertoire Logan serves as principal conductor and coach for the Georgia State University Opera Theatre and serves as rehearsal accompanist, coach and music director at the Harrower Summer Opera Workshop. As a music educator Logan serves as conductor for the Atlanta Music Project symphony orchestra. AMP is Atlanta’s El Sistema based music program which seeks to bring about social change through music.


Logan began intensive studies in conducting at the age of sixteen with Michael Palmer, additional teachers include  Dwight Oltman and David Effron. Logan attended Georgia State University where he completed a Bachelor’s degree in piano performance (2016) and a Master’s degree in orchestral conducting (2017).

Mozart Symphony No. 40, mvt. 4

Albert Herring excerpts



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