End of Summer Concert
Date, Time, Place
Sunday, September 18
Anchorage Presbygterian Church
11403 Park Road
Anchorage, KY 40223
Join us for a concert to celebrate the conclusion of summer. The choirs of Anchorage Presbyterian and St. Luke's Episcopal and friends will be joined by a string quartet and conducted by Dr. Robert Bozeman. This hour of sacred and secular classics will include Stanford's "Magnifcat" and "Nunc Dimittis", Mozart's "Laudate Dominum", and Elaine Hagenberg's "O Love."
Featured soloist will be Rafael Shah-Bozeman, whose vocal offerings will include "Ombra mai fu" by Handel, "Evening Hymn" by Purcell, "Flying Free" by Don Besig and "Simple Song" by Leonard Bernstein. He will be the featured violin soloist for "Allegro" by Fiocco and a few other pleasant surprises you'll not want to miss.
Dr. Robert L. Bozeman holds the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in organ performance from the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music. He completed his graduate degree at the UMKC-Conservatory of Music and undergraduate degree at the University of Oklahoma. He has produced two CD recordings of choral and organ music which have been featured numerous times on the NPR program With Heart and Voice. He has also been interviewed and performed live on Classical 90.5.
He continues to concertize as a solo artist, is a published writer on life-long learning, and teaches master classes and workshops in addition to his private holistic practice. Learn more about him and his work at www.robertbozeman.com.
Rafael Shah-Bozeman has studied violin since age 5. He currently studies with Blaise Poth, Director of Suzuki Stars Academy. He has played violin for the Louisville Bats, the Rotary Club, and various churches in the Louisville area. He is in eighth grade at Louisville Collegiate School where he was the recipient of the Character and Citizen award for the 20-21 school year.
Representing LCS, he won first place in the Kentucky World Language Association (KWLA) Spanish competition for musical performance in both 2021 and 2022. In 2021, he was chosen for the Student Honors Recital at Blue Lake Suzuki Family Camp, and in 2022 was soprano soloist at the Midwest Choir Festival, Evansville, IN. He studies voice with Edie Tidwell.
He is an avid sports enthusiast playing soccer, basketball, and tennis at LCS.