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About Us

Logarhythmic Collective is a new music ensemble with the primary instrumentation of Voice; Logan Larson, Saxophone; Benjamin Morris, and Trombone; Thomas McKee, but regularly collaborate with featured guest artists to expanded the fusion of Classical music and Electronic Dance Music to new audiences. This group performs in a variety of music scene venues such as: classical concerts, clubs, and music festivals (classical or EDM). The group's album "The Monster You Made" will be released September 15th 2023 on the GRAMMY nominated label Bright Shiny Things.

Logarhythmic Collective plays in the Bass Complexity genre. A new genre their composer Logan Larson created combines idioms of "traditional" classical music idioms such as counterpoint, orchestration, mode mixture, and church modes with the visceral synths and drums of EDM.

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Logan Larson

Composer & Voice

Logan Larson (b.1994) is an award winning classical music composer originally from Waukee, Iowa. He received his B.A. in Music at Luther College (’16), his M.M. in Composition at the University of Kansas (’18), and is currently pursuing his D.M.A. in Composition at the University of Miami. He has primarily studied composition with Brooke Joyce, Forrest Pierce, Dorothy Hindman, and Lansing McLoskey, but has also studied with Melinda Wagner and Christopher Theofanidis during their Distinguished Composer in Residencies at the University of Miami. His compositions have premiered on three continents including North America, Europe, and Australia. His music has been performed widely across the Midwestern United States, as well as in cities such as Toronto, Canada; Trieste, Italy; and Queensland, Australia. 


The build and release of tension is a primary source of inspiration behind the creation of Larson’s playful melodies and hypnotic rhythms. His instrumental works are known for the incorporation of classical music elements with more contemporary music techniques found ingenres such as Electronic Dance Music, Hip-Hop, and Rap. He has been fortunate enough to work with fantastic musicians from around the globe and has been commissioned to write works for groups such as the GRAMMY-nominated string quintet, Sybarite5.

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Benjamin Morris


Benjamin Morris is a Miami-based saxophonist whose multifaceted musical abilities have resulted in myriad opportunities during his promising career.  Since 2017, Morris became one of three saxophonists on the New World Symphony (Michael Tilson-Thomas, artistic director) roster, with recent performances of works by Bernstein and Prokofiev. Previously, Morris completed a Master of Music degree at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. While there, Morris won the 2017 Wind Ensemble Concerto Competition. During his time in Pittsburgh, he performed with the Pittsburgh Ballet Orchestra, Johnstown Symphony Orchestra, the Butler Symphony Orchestra, the Balcony Big Band, and the Tuesday Night Big Band. Morris is a founding member of the Bridges Saxophone Quartet, a modern professional sax quartet focused on bridging the gap between classical and jazz chamber music and expanding the repertoire in both genres. Currently, Morris is enrolled as a Doctor of Musical Arts student at the University of Miami where he is studying with Dale Underwood. 

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Thomas McKee


Thomas Edward McKee is a classically trained tenor trombonist, private instructor, composer/transcriber and self-producer currently based out of Miami, FL. Whether he’s performing the likes of romantic trombone works, creating strange noises of the contemporary variety, swinging through the jazz genre or experimenting in turning his instrument into the sound of a guitar, Thomas enjoys playing all things trombone.


Originally from the city of Pearland, TX just south of Houston, Mr. McKee attended Pearland High School where he took private lessons from Brian Logan. From there he found enjoyment in performing trombone when he auditioned for the Houston Youth Symphony and won a spot in the top ensemble where for two years he performed famous works like Shostakovich’s Symphonies 1 & 9, “Till Eulenspiegel”, Holst’s “Planets” and Wagner’s “Ride of The Valkyries” and “Siegfried.” He was also part of Texas Music Festival’s week long summer Jazz Big Band camp where he was a featured soloist for 2 years. By his senior year Mr. McKee had advanced to Texas All-State where he placed 11th chair and had the opportunity to perform in the Philharmonic Orchestra. 


Out of high school Mr. McKee attended Louisiana State University where he studied with Steve Menard for 3 years and with Hana Beloglavec for the final year. Highlights at LSU included performing as a soloist alongside Wycliffe Gordon, touring with the LSU Wind Ensemble across the states of Louisiana and Texas, leading a high school master class for the “Stately Oaks” wind camp as well as performing as a featured soloist with the LSU Jazz Ensemble for the tune “Blue Cellophane.” While at LSU Mr. McKee often performed as a substitute trombonist with the Baton Rouge Symphony and Acadiana Symphony. Outside of LSU Thomas regularly performed with professional live bands “After 8,” “Boucoup Boogie,” and “Souled Out.” He also had the opportunity to perform with the “Cool Winter Nights Big Band” lead by Brian Shaw for 3 years where he recorded a Christmas album in the winter of 2016. 


Mr. McKee is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Trombone Performance at the University of Miami’s highly acclaimed Frost School of Music studying with Professor Tim Conner. Since he began fall of 2017, he has performed as a principal trombonist with the Frost Wind Ensemble and Frost Symphony Orchestra and around the Miami area with his Graduate Brass Quintet. He has also led a high school master class for the Frost’s wind ensemble camp and conducted his own music arrangement for the Frost Trombone Choir. When he is not on campus shredding through orchestra excerpts or solo repertoire he can be found bingeing the latest shows on Netflix, messing around with his audio recording equipment or attempting to cook food recipes he finds on Pinterest. 


Mr. McKee thanks his family for everything they have done and continue to do to make him the best man he can be.

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