Emma has recently been selected as a curator at San Francisco's Center for New Music for 2017-2019!  For more information, visit Center for New Music's website.

      Emma is extremely excited to announce a project that has long been in the works. Co-founded by Emma Logan and Julie Barwick, Helia Music Collective is an organization dedicated to promoting women in music. Helia is teaming up with Siroko Duo for their first concert in March. For more information, visit Helia on their website (and don't forget to signup for the newsletter here!)

     Emma is happy to be joining the Fête Concert Series as a composer in residence! Sign up for their newsletter here so you never miss the party!

Upcoming Events

Sunday, April 30, 2017, 7:00pm - 48-Hour Opera Festival

    The incredible team at Opera Theater Unlimited is presenting their first-ever 48-Hour Opera Festival! Over just 48 short hours, teams of composers (including Emma Logan), writers, directors, and singers will collaborate to create totally original 10-15 minutes operas.

        Where: Custom Made Theatre (533 Sutter St., SF, CA)

        Cost: $25 general; $20 under 30/seniors. Online tickets available here.

Saturday, May 20, 2017, 7:30pm - One Great City Guitar Duo & GCG

    For Emma's second collaboration with the Guerrilla Composers Guild, the unique One Great City Guitar Duo will premiere Emma's latest song cycle featuring the poetry of Sara Teasdale. The concert will also feature the world-premiere of works by Nick Benavides and Michael Kropf, as well as arrangements of jazz standards.

        Where: Seventh Avenue Performances (1329 Seventh Ave., SF, CA)

        Cost: $15 general; $10 students/seniors; $5 children 12 and under

Saturday, June 24, 2017, 8:00pm - Jane Rigler, flute and electronics

    Emma will present her third concert as curator at the Center for New Music in collaboration with flutist/composer Jane Rigler. The concert will present some of Jane's music, an exploration of acoustic and electronic interactions of sounds as languages and languages as sounds.

        Where: Center for New Music (55 Taylor St., SF, CA)

        Cost: $15 general; $10 members