Logan Indge is a Colorado-based violinist, who is strongly passionate about classical and contemporary music. Some of his biggest musical influences include his violin professor Claude Sim, Hilary Hahn, and Lindsey Stirling, and his favorite composers are Shostakovich, Prokofiev, and Felix Mendelssohn. Logan has been playing violin for 9 years and has been teaching private lessons for 3 years. Logan was part of his school-aged orchestra programs from 4th grade through the end of high school and participated in honors music festivals such as Colorado All-State Orchestra and the Western States Honor Orchestra. Logan is currently at the University of Colorado Boulder, pursuing a BM/BME in Violin Performance and Music Education, and is part of the UC Boulder Philharmonia Orchestra. Logan’s teaching philosophy is primarily to excite and engage students in projects they are passionate about while drawing a focus on the fundamentals of playing and a deeper understanding of musical context and theory. He believes in a stress-free and fun musical environment and enjoys spreading his knowledge and love of music to the world.