Concerts and Events
A Message from Director of Music
It brings me great joy to share our concert series. As you will see, we remain committed to bringing only the finest performers from around our community and across the country to play in this beautiful space. It is our hope that these performances will continue to invigorate the life of this parish and our community.
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St. Luke's is fortunate to offer a variety of special concerts, Evensongs, and collaborative performances throughout the year.
Recently, we welcomed a series of early music musicians on "A European Journey: Byrd to Bach" on October 15.
On November 2 and 5 we will combine with the choirs of Church of the Advent (Episcopal) and Douglass Boulevard Christian Church for a special musical offering for the feasts of All Saints and All Souls. You can find out more by using the button below.
We have been fortunate to host a series of leading vocalists and instrumentalists from Louisville and across the United States. Recordings are available for your continued enjoyment.
Emily is on the voice faculty at the University of Louisville. She has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Washington National Opera, and the Kentucky Opera. Her debut album is released this Spring.
Her program features the works of Eric Whitacre, Jack Heggie, and Brahms among others. She is accompanied by David George, piano.
Stephen is on the Organ faculty at Ball State University where he was appointed to the faculty in 2018. He is a well known recitalist and his recordings have been featured on the Pipedreams broadcast on NPR. He holds a doctorate from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.
Carolyn is an award winning organist. She has been heard at St. Pauls , Truro, Wells, Westminster Abbey, and Winchester. She is currently an Organ Scholar at Westminster Cathedral (Catholic) in London, England. She holds degrees from Yale University and the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.
Her program features the works of Florence Price, Bach, and Duruflé.
John is Organist/Choirmaster at St Paul’s Episcopal Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.. He is the artistic director of the St Paul’s concert series. He holds degrees from the University of Alabama and the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music.
His program features the works of Margaret Sandresky, Bach, and Swelling.