Logan Lopez Gonzalez is a young Belgian countertenor who studied at conservatoire royal de Mons (BE) and Royal Academy of Music (UK). Alongside his studies, he participated in masterclasses with Sandrine Piau, Daniele de Niese, Dietrich Henschel and Andrea Marcon (Venice Baroque Orchestra).
In March 2017, at just 21 years old, he was soloist at La Monnaie (Brussels) in Janacek’s Cunning little vixen, directed by Antonello Manacorda.
Later, an encounter with Philippe Jaroussky led him to singing at Opera of Nantes as Amore in Monteverdi’s Coronation of Poppea, directed by Gianluca Capuano, Moshe Leiser & Patrice Caurier.
Logan is currently touring in an immersive opera “Be My Superstar” created in association with ENOA (European network of opera academies) at LOD Muziektheater in Ghent (BE). The production will be visiting Festival d’Aix-en-provence (FR), Snape Maltings (UK), Opera vlaanderen (BE), De nationale Opera (NL) and Helsinki Festival (FI).
During season 19/20, Logan made his debuts at Opera de Massy (FR) in “Féminin-masculin” staged by Frédérique Lombard and at Theatre National de Marseille (FR) as Orindo in Händel’s “Admeto” produced by Jean-Marc Aymes at his festival “Mars en Baroque”.
In November he was Oberon in Britten’s Midsummer Night’s Dream at Royal Academy Opera (UK) directed by Sian Edwards.
Logan is now a young soloist at Brussels opera house (MMSoloist) and will be performing Pastorello in Puccini’s Tosca directed by Alain Altinoglu and Rafael Villalobos in June 2021.