Robert W. Lehman, conductor, organist, harpsichordist and composer, holds degrees in organ performance, conducting, church music, and an earned doctorate in liturgical musicology where his particular focus is the ecclesiastical music of the English Middle Ages beginning with chant and culminating in the complex polyphony of the late fifteenth-century Eton Choirbook. He has served on the staff of several distinguished churches, including the Washington National Cathedral (of which he is a Fellow), the Princeton University Chapel, and Saint Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, New York City. For fourteen years he served as organist and choirmaster of historic Christ Church, New Haven, Connecticut where, under his leadership, the choir and music program gained an international reputation for excellence. He has appeared with major symphony orchestras and chamber ensembles as conductor and soloist, has recorded an extensive discography, and his work is heard regularly over NPR and the BBC. In 2008 he joined the staff of the Episcopal Church of St. Michael & St. George in St. Louis as Organist and Choirmaster.