Logan Herod Named Interim Cherub Choir Director
I’m excited to announce the appointment of Logan Herod as Interim Cherub Choir Director. Logan comes to us with multiple degrees in music education and years of experience working with the ages of Cherub Choir in schools and churches alike. We’ve appointed an interim director so that our Cherub Choir can continue their weekly time of learning and growth while internal conversations take place about how to best serve and staff our music ministry long-term for ages 4-8. Logan’s first rehearsal with our Cherubs was October 26, and we’re thrilled that we already have some 40 children participating. Please join me in welcoming Logan to our Saint Michael family!
Director of Music & Organist
ABOUT LOGAN HEROD
Logan Herod has served as Associate Director of St. Monica Catholic Church since August 2020. Logan is a native of Dallas who began piano and voice lessons at an early age. She joined the Children's Chorus of Greater Dallas in 4th grade, and was a member through her senior year of high school. After being active in the music program in Highland Park ISD, Logan was accepted to Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in downtown Dallas. Following high school, Logan attended Oklahoma City University, where she graduated in four years with two Bachelor degrees: one in Vocal Music Education and the second in Church Music. She then returned to the Dallas area to begin her teaching career and completed a Masters in Sacred Music in 2019 and a Masters in Music Education in 2020, both from Southern Methodist University. Logan has taught children's choir, early childhood music, directed handbell choirs, and served as a choral section leader and cantor at St. Monica Catholic Church, St. Joseph Catholic Church, St. John's Episcopal School, and Christ the King Catholic Church. She also maintains an active piano and voice studio with Music So Simple. She is an active board member of Choristers Guild, the American Guild of Organists, National Association of Pastoral Musicians, and the Dallas Music Teachers Association.