Canon Woodward and Organist/Choirmaster Robert Hovencamp at the St. Edmund’s Organ Console

Upcoming Sunday Afternoon Organ Recitals

St. Edmund’s is pleased to announce the Sunday Organ Recital Series for the spring of 2015.

February 8, 2015 at 4:00 PM –Zoltan Varga  plays music of Bach, Gigout, C. Franck, F. Hidas,

Zs. Gardonyi

February 22, 2015 at 4:00 PM – Dr. James Vail plays music of Bach, Vierne, Hindemith, Karg-Elert


April 19, 2015 at 4:00 PM – Dr. Ray Urwin plays the music of Pinkham, Whitlock, Bethier,

Lefebure-Wely, Bedard

June 7, 2015 at 4:00 PM – Robert Hovencamp   plays music of Bach, Tournemire, and Dupre

All recitals are free admission, and funded by donations for Friends of Music

Receptions follow each recital

 We are always looking for talented local organists who would like to play one of our Sunday Afternoon Recitals. If you are interested in playing one of our programs, please contact Robert Hovencamp, the Organist/Choirmaster via the church office at 626-793-9167

Be sure to visit the Hear Music section to hear selections from our Choir, Organ, and the Modern Brass Quintet

St. Edmund’s Choir

Choir 2013

St. Edmund’s Choir under the direction of Robert Hovencamp

St. Edmund’s Choir performs at the 10:00 AM liturgy, and we present music in the Episcopal liturgical tradition. Our 4 professional soloists perform regularly with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, the Los Angeles Opera, and with other US Opera companies. We are also blessed with the contributions of some excellent volunteer singers. Our main concert during the year is the service of Lessons and Carols.  We hope you can join us and support our choir and music program. Please visit the Hear Music section of this website to sample organ and choral music at St. Edmund’s.

 Bell Choir


Director Sylvia Smythe prepares the Bell Choir for Christmas Eve services

Our Handbell Choir, under the direction of Sylvia Smythe, performs at the Christmas Eve and Easter Liturgies, as well as other select occasions during the church year. Our 3 octaves of handbells have recently been refurbished, and in 2014, a new 4th octave was added, bringing new life to this ministry. See Sylvia Smythe about participation.