Edward Kemp-Luck began his organ studies in Harwich, Essex, and then trained with Harrison Oxley at St Edmundsbury Cathedral. He was an organ scholar of The Queen’s College, Oxford, under James Dalton and gained his Fellowship Diploma of the Royal College of Organists while studying with Catherine Ennis at St Lawrence Jewry in the City of London. He won the coveted Walford Davies organ prize at the Royal College of Music where he also studied harpsichord, he participated in international masterclasses and studied historic organ performance practice in Holland with a scholarship from the Rotary Foundation.

He has given concerts at St Paul’s Cathedral, Southwark Cathedral, Union Chapel Highbury, St Mary Magdalene Paddington, and many other churches in London, also at Reading Town Hall, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Bourges Cathedral, and St Nikolai Church in Stralsund as well as at St Mary’s and Bury Park URC in Luton.

Edward is also active as a continuo and harmonium player and choral accompanist; he has recorded a CD with the London Welsh Chorale, performed in London, Cork, Barcelona, Budapest and Paris with the Addison Singers, and performs at the Presteigne Festival and Canterbury Festival with the City of Canterbury Chamber Choir.