Alivia Logan is a classically trained vocalist who has performed throughout the Bay Area all of her life. With a background in dance, teaching and performing all genres ranging from Ballet to Tap, and singing competitions and performances, Ms. Logan pursued her education studying opera at the Conservatory of Music at the University of the Pacific with Prof. Dan Ebbers, Prof. Burr Phillips, Dr. Ted Cetto, and Prof. James Haffner . During her college career, Alivia participated in numerous choral concerts, musicals, and operas, as well as intimate gala benefits, performing both ensemble and solo works. She also developed connections with communities such as Stockton Civic Theater, Brentwood Community Theater, and Festival Opera.
After graduating from University of the Pacific with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music – Vocal Performance, Ms. Logan took on the position of choir director at the reconciling Brentwood Community United Methodist Church in Brentwood, CA. and established a small, private voice studio for all voice types and goals out of her home in Oakley. Some of her students included local theater lovers, middle and high school aged students, and senior chorus members. A few recent students include those who were accepted into collegiate music programs and performing arts colleges in Los Angeles, CA and the Southern California Region.
While completing her Teaching Credential curriculum and extensive training in the classroom, Alivia has continued to feed her musical soul by performing in musical reviews out in San Francisco as well being a part of NovAntiqua, a small chamber ensemble based in Oakland.
Drawn to sharing the knowledge and love of music, Ms. Logan is excited to join the CoCoSPA family