Date, Time, Place
Sunday, February 26, 2023
St. Luke's Espicopal Church
1206 Maple Lane
Louisville, KY 40223
Music directors Lisa Lewis and Robert Bozeman in front of the Martin Pasi organ at St. Luke's.
The Chancel Choir of Anchorage Presbyterian will join the St. Luke's Choir to sing the beautiful Anglican service of Evensong on Sunday, February 26, at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 1206 Maple Lane, Anchorage, KY. Clergy from both churches will lead the service. This is one of many services between APC and our covenant partner, St. Luke’s.
Evensong is comprised of portions of evening prayer and compline, and is mostly sung by the choir. This service will include canticles by Stanford, responses by Shepherd and anthems by Stainer and Hurd.
The evening begins at 5 p.m. with a concert performed by Rafi Shah-Bozeman, violin and voice, accompanied on the organ and piano by Dr. Robert L Bozeman. Their selections will include music by Bach, Reger, Turina and conclude with several folk songs.
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.