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Logan Bradford


has performed to critical acclaim as a soloist and leading character on major stages throughout Utah, in styles ranging from opera to hard rock, vocal jazz to musical theater belt. A staunch aficcionado of sacred choral music from the high Renaissance, his favorite singing is with small, intimate choral ensembles in large, resonant spaces. Some highlight stage credits include: Monostatos in The Magic Flute; Nathaniel in The Tales of Hoffmann; Vogelsang in The Impresario; Nanki Poo in The Mikado; Archibald Craven in The Secret Garden; Tommy Albright in Brigadoon; Frankie in Forever Plaid; Judas in Godspell; Man 1 in Songs for a New World; Jack in Into the Woods; Evelyn in Anything Goes; John Taylor in The Nauvoo Pageant; Cleopas in Savior of the World; and the tenor soloist in Bach’s Magnificat, Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, Britten’s Rejoice in the Lamb; Rutter’s Psalmfest; and Handel’s Messiah. Choral credits: Utah Chamber Artists, Sound of Ages, The Consortium, Brevitas, BYU Singers, and Utah Symphony Chorus.

When not singing or being a father to three beautiful children, Logan spends his time rock climbing before the sun comes up, and being a financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company during the day.

Logan Bradford
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