Music is a central part of worship and community at St. David’s. It has also, like everything else, been heavily impacted by the Covid pandemic. The music ministry of St. David’s is exploring new ways of bringing music to the parish and community, and longs to make music with and for you in person once again.

To learn more about specific ensembles or upcoming concerts and special services, please explore this section of our website.

Advent Midday Music

We’re delighted to announce the return of Midday Music, a series of half-hour concerts by distinguished musicians. Our Advent series is a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.

All concerts at noon in the Historic Church (masks are required at St. David’s)

Each week you’ll be able to pre-order a convenient box lunch from our own Café Divine to pick up after the concert.

December 2
Organ Omnibus
Gregory Eaton, Lecturer in Organ & Harpsichord, UT Butler School of Music
Organist/Choirmaster, All Saints’ Episcopal Church

December 9
Advent A Cappella
The Voices of St David’s
Professional A Cappella ensemble

December 16
Heavenly Harpsichord
Eric Mellenbruch
Organist & Associate Music Director, St David’s Episcopal Church

December 23
Christmas Carol Sing
Your Name Here! 
a singalong for all ages, with Eric Mellenbruch, organist

Parking for St. David’s services and other events is always free. Enter the garage on Trinity (one-way, northbound) between 7th and 8th Streets, and enter the building under the blue awning at 8th and San Jacinto. See the receptionist when you arrive for more parking information.

Midday Music is St. David’s gift to the community. Donations are gratefully accepted.

Music Notes for Worship

Organist and Associate Music Director Eric Mellenbruch offers the St. David’s community a weekly enriching guide to the music heard during our weekly services.

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Archived Music Notes

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