Works performed by Earplay:

A Certain Slant of Light

San Francisco-based composer Emma Logan (b. 1990) writes music that is emotionally compelling. Her work has been performed across the United States and internationally in Paris, France. She is co-founder of Helia Music Collective, an organization dedicated to promoting women in music. Since its inception in 2016, Helia has worked with multiple ensembles, commissioning and presenting over a dozen new pieces throughout the Bay Area. Past collaborations for Emma include commissions and performances by Natalie Raney, Curium Trio, Liaison Ensemble, Robert Simonds, Composers Inc., Miolina Duo, SopraDuo, Siroko Duo, Ensemble for These Times, Areon Flutes, and the Guerrilla Composers Guild. Upcoming projects include a premiere of Mapping Out a Sky by the SF Conservatory of Music Clarinet Ensemble and a new album by Love Can't Save You, Padmè, an experimental exotica-cabaret supergroup. Emma studied with David Garner at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (MM) and with Andrew Waggoner, Daniel S. Godfrey, and Nicholas Scherzinger at Syracuse University (BM).

Please visit emmalogan.com to learn more.

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