Logan Webber is a native from Colorado Springs, Colorado. He has performed with The Colorado College Vocal Arts Symposium, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Opera Theater of the Rockies, A.J. Fletcher Opera Institute, Piedmont Opera in North Carolina, Ash Lawn Opera, Chautauqua Opera, the Rural Artists Project in Alaska, and the American Institute of Musical Studies program in Graz, Austria. Mr. Webber has performed in many productions with the Maryland Opera Studio including Die Fledermaus, Love/Hate, Così fan tutte, and premiered the role of Justice Scalia in a new works reading of the opera Scalia/Ginsberg. In the Summer of 2016, he made his main stage debut at The Princeton Festival as Rector Horace Adams in Peter Grimes, and then performed the role of Spoletta in Piedmont Opera's Tosca the following Fall.
Fall 2017 highlights for Mr. Webber included BWV 80 with the Salisbury Symphony, Jonathan Dale in Piedmont Opera's production of Silent Night, and King Kaspar at the Smith Civic Center's production of Amahl and the Night Visitors in Lexington, North Carolina. He also sang in the 84th annual Mozart Club Messiah and Salisbury Symphony Messiah as the tenor soloist.
In 2018, Logan was one of two singers selected as a Young Artist at the Hawaii Opera Theater. He was featured in both Eugene Onegin and Daughter of the Regiment as well as the premier of Herb Mahelona’s oratorio, Kinohi. He finished his season with HOT singing the role of Dallas in the one act opera, Service Provider. In the summer he made his mainstage debut with Charlottesville Opera as Rapunzel's Prince.
"tenor Logan Webber was musically and dramatically ideal... Webber never confused naïveté with immaturity"
"Webber’s singing recalled that of Anthony Rolfe Johnson, the young tenor sharing his late counterpart’s faculty for projecting a warm, lyrical timbre with reserves of strength. Micah’s time on stage is brief, but Webber’s impact on this performance of Slow Dusk was lasting."
Joesph Newsome, VOIX DES ARTS
As a member of Virginia Opera’s 2018-2019 Herndon Foundation Emerging Artists Program, Logan covered Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, sang Daniel Buchanan in Street Scene, and performed in the Spring Education and Outreach Tour. In the summer of 2019 Mr. Webber made his debut with the Richmond Symphony as Le Rememdado in Carmen alongside Denyce Graves, as well as Rinuccio in Gianni Schicchi with Opera Theater of the Rockies Vocal Arts Festival. He then returned to the UNC School of the Arts in 2019 as a Certificate Candidate performing the title role in La Clemenza di Tito in the Winter of 2020, and was also a featured soloist with Metropolitan Opera Soprano Jennifer Rowley and the Salisbury Symphony. In October 2020 Logan was fortunate to join Piedmont Opera once again to be a part of their first live-streamed opera Slow Dusk, portraying Micah.
Logan received his Bachelor's in Music from the University of the North Carolina School of the Arts where he was awarded a William R. Kenan Jr. Excellence Award from the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust. At this institution Logan studied under the direction of Dr. Marilyn Taylor, Chair of the Voice Department. He received his M.M. In Opera Performance from the University of Maryland at College Park under the direction of Delores Ziegler. He will return to UNCSA this fall joining the A.J. Fletcher Opera Institute for the 2020/2021 season.
"a strong comedic actor in Logan Z. Webber, who makes a snappy appearance as Daniel Buchanan, lamenting in a Broadway-style number that pregnancy is harder on the husband than the wife."- Rebecca Evans, WHRO
“...other singers were audience favorites. Tenor Logan Webber as Jonathan, who had to leave his dying brother in no man's land, was frighteningly intense as he vowed vengeance- a heart breaking portrayal." - Roy C Dicks, American Record Guide
“a rich voice – powerful, yet tender and endearing.”
-Peter Perret, CVNC (Silent Night)
"The title role of Tito (...) was sung by the blond tenor Logan Webber, whose rich voice and rapid vibrato made his role as the "emperor who forgives" quite likeable. His last act aria ("Se all'impero Dei") was a brilliant coloratura work for tenor!"- Peter Perret CVNC (La Clemenza di Tito)
"Logan Webber soared as the rhapsodizing poet, arcing his lines beautifully with rich, full tenor resonance." (L'heure Espagnole, as Gonzalve)
Barry Salwen, CVNC
A Q&A with the Maryland Opera Studio
Interview with Jamie Allbritten at Piedmont Opera
"Whether intoning conversational recitative or careening fiorature, Webber allied handsome tones with unflagging commitment to animating Tito’s tribulations. The dramatic thrust of the Act Two trio with Sesto and Publio, ‘Quello di Tito è il volto,’ drew from him vocal acting of tremendous impact. " -Joseph Newsome, Voix des Arts
In 2020, Logan joined the Smith Civic Center in Lexington, NC to help create and produce a podcast that recognizes and promotes North Carolina artists, patrons, and organizations. The series, Showcase @The Smith, consists of episodes ranging from 30 minutes to 1 hour, and has gained a strong listener base throughout the state of North Carolina and abroad.
Logan Webber was also featured on André Dewan Peele's Podcast "So You Went to School for Singing" Have a listen here.
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"Webber's soaring melodic lines illustrated his character well"
Chelsea Huber, CVNC (Slow Dusk)