Meet the Teachers
Logan Campbell is a native of Greenville, SC and has a B.M. in Music Education from Furman University and a double M.M. in Orchestral Conducting and Voice Performance from The University of Tennessee. An avid vocalist, he performs regularly on stage in Choirs, Oratorio works, and Opera productions. Recent performances include Bass Soloist for Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in Knoxville, TN and playing the role of Zuniga in Bizet’s Carmen with the University of Tennessee Opera Theatre. Equally comfortable on the podium, he conducts a variety of ensembles across the Southeastern US including Appalachia: A Southeastern Wind Symphony, Knoxville Youth Chamber Orchestra, University of Tennessee Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra and makes regular appearances with area ensembles such as the Knoxville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Knoxville Youth Symphony Orchestra, Carolina Youth Symphony Orchestra, and Scruffy City Orchestra. During the summer, Logan travels to Minneapolis to music direct multiple shows with area theaters. Summer 2020 was to include The Wizard of Oz with the Westonka Community Theatre and Matilda with the Woodbury Community Theatre. His expertise in conducting, voices, and instruments (accomplished double reed player) push many theaters to seek him for productions throughout the year and open up many unique opportunities as a guest conductor/lecturer and clinician. The remainder of the the 2019-2020 season wins to include playing the role of Chief of Police in Menotti’s Amelia al Ballo in Knoxville, conducting a new premiere opera entitled Pinocchio by Aaron Hunt, and concerts with many of the ensembles listed above.
Christopher is a father, actor, director, and teacher having taught at children’s theaters and preschools for over a decade. His passion for singing and reading stories has always been a large focus of his teaching. He believes that sharing stories is the key to igniting a child’s love of learning and increasing their desire for reading. He has a BA in Directing and Acting from Iowa State University and is set to student teach at PiM Arts come fall, completing his Master’s in Teaching English at the Secondary Level.