Saxophone, Music Education / Instrumental Advisor, Saxophone Ensembles
Studio: Mason Hall 302
Phone: (256) 782-5877
Dr. John Anthony Logsdon, Assistant Professor of Saxophone and Music Education, has taught at Jacksonville State University for three years. Dr. Logsdon teaches applied saxophone, music education for both undergraduate and graduate courses, and directs a saxophone quartet. He is also involved with student teacher supervision and works as a liaison with the Jacksonville State University School of Education. Dr. Logsdon has performed as a soloist in both the Jacksonville State University Music Faculty Recital and the Jacksonville State University Wind Ensemble.
Dr. Logsdon received a Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of Georgia. He earned the Master of Music degree and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in saxophone performance from the University of Georgia where he studied with Dr. Kenneth Fischer.
Prior to working at Jacksonville State University, Dr. Logsdon held teaching positions at Bryan County High School, Cedar Shoals High School, and Athens Academy in Georgia. He has also held adjunct teaching positions in applied woodwinds at Georgia Perimeter College in Atlanta, Georgia and Toccoa Falls College in Toccoa, Georgia.