American Countertenor, Logan Tanner has been heralded for his striking musicality, thrilling ornamentation, and burnished vocal tone. Born In Texas, Tanner recently made his New York debut at Merkin Hall as a guest artist of the New York Repertory Orchestra. After receiving first place in both the New York Classical Music Society International Competition and the Choralis Young Artist Competition in 2017, Tanner has been engaged as soloist with the Austin Symphony Orchestra, Chatham Baroque Orchestra, Princeton Pro Musica, the Axelrod Performing Arts Center, the Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey, Choralis, Chorus Austin, New York Chamber Choir, the Henry Purcell Society of Boston, La Fiocco, the Arcadia Players, Monmouth Civic Chorus, and the Westchester Oratorio Society. This summer, Tanner will perform the role of Ruggiero in the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival's production of Alcina before making his International debut as Oberon, king of the fairies, in Benjamin Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream with Halifax Summer Opera Festival. Tanner will also appear in recital this fall as part of several concert series' in Texas, Virginia, Connecticut, and New York.