The Logan Quintet

The Logan Quintet is a group of five friends originally from Logan, Utah, who aspired to record an album of original sacred arrangements. The members of the Quintet are Brynn Vance (violin), McKenzie Clawson (violin), Kathleen Bradford (viola), Stephen Mitton (cellist/arranger), and Sara Mitton (piano). Their genre of music includes classical and LDS.

The group, who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, first met in Logan, Utah, while pursuing performance degrees at Utah State University. After graduating, the members of the Quintet independently moved to Phoenix, Arizona, where they reconnected over their love of sacred music. Over the next couple of years, Stephen began writing a host of arrangements to play with his wife, Sara, in church and in their home on Sunday evenings. Before long, Stephen and Sara began including their old friends in that tradition, and the Logan Quintet was founded to record and perform Stephen’s original sacred arrangements of LDS hymns.

After a successful crowdfunding campaign, the Quintet recorded their first studio album titled Simple Gifts ​in March 2018. The album consists of 10 original sacred arrangements by Stephen Mitton, the cellist and arranger for the group. It is available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, and CDBaby.com.

According to their official website, the Quintet’s mission is as follows: “We believe that good music has the power to build faith and provide inspiration for our lives, especially during difficult times. Playing and listening to these arrangements brings a beautiful spirit, and for that reason we want to share them with the world!”

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