• Spotted!

    Spotted: Kendra Logozar – Enchantment

    Today I’ introducing you to the American composer and piano player Kendra Logozar and the track Enchantment. Kendra lives in Nashville, Tennessee and is a self taught pianist, starting out at the age of. 12.

    The track Enchantment was released as a single in April 2020, but will also be featured on an upcoming album.

    Tell us something about your track Enchantment!
    This track is inspired by the tension of embracing joy in a world that experiences much pain. In the right hand melody of this track you can hear the wistful rocking movement mirroring that tension. There is so much beauty and goodness that enchants and delights our souls but so often we find the darkness trying to tear that away from us. This song was written early on a misty morning with my husband, composer Michael Logozar.

    Thank you for the music Kendra!

    For more information, please check out the following links:
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  • Spotted!

    Spotted: Michael Logozar – Fragments

    I have recently introduced you to Kendra Logozar and her music, and today I will introduce you to a track by Michel Logozar, who is Kendras husband. Michael is a Canadian born composer, producer and piano player. He lives outside Nashville creating music and gardening with his wife and fellow composer Kendra.

    Michael has been nominated for numerous awards and his multi-instrumental work has been featured in film and television networks such as TLC, Discovery, National Geographic, the History Channel and in shows such as the X-Factor and America’s Got Talent.

    Fragments is released as a single but will also be part of an upcoming album . The full album is planned for release in August. 

    Tell us about your track Fragments!
    Fragments is a short musical vignette composed on our felted upright piano. The songs on the upcoming album usually start from improvisations and then are further developed when coming back to the piano after listening to them for a while. I’ve added production elements on this song to be subtle enough that a casual listen won’t find them noticeable but enhance the emotional impact of the song.

    Thank you for sharing your music with us Michael!

    For more information and updates, please check out the following links:
    Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Website / Spotify