Rockefeller Chapel and Doc Films present: Hunchback of Notre Dame
Sunday October 30 | 7 pm
Hunchback of Notre Dame: the 1923 silent film classic, starring Lon Chaney, with live organ accompaniment by Dennis James and live carillon by University carillonneur Joey Brink. Tickets at the door, $20 general, free to students and Doc pass holders.
Rockefeller Chapel opening hours
Tuesday through Friday 10:30 am to 5 pm; weekends for scheduled events; closed on Mondays
Rockefeller Chapel is open Tuesday through Friday, 10:30 am to 5 pm, and at the weekend for scheduled events. We are closed on Mondays, as is the Oriental Institute next door.
Sunday at Rockefeller
Sunday October 23 | 11 am
The Chapel Choir sings selections from the glorious Missa Luba, with Kaitlin Foley conducting. Dean Elizabeth Davenport offers the sermon.
Carillon concert tours
Tuesday through Friday, 11:45 am and 4:45 pm
Carillon concert tours are sixty-minute tours beginning at 11:45 am and 4:45 pm, Tuesday through Friday. Tickets ($7) are available at the front desk 30 minutes before, free to holders of current UChicago ID.
Concrete Happenings Arts Lobby
During Chapel opening hours, through Friday December 2
Historical documents pertaining to Harold Haydon, whose stained glass adorns the Chapel, are on view as part of the University-wide Concrete Happenings programming. Other materials in the arts lobby point visitors to Concrete Happenings events.
Tea & Pipes
Tuesday October 25 | 4:30 pm
University Organist Thomas Weisflog and Rockefeller organ scholar Bryan McGuiggin play the magnificent pipes! Come for a cup of tea and a lot of pipes. Free. Tea & Pipes takes place every Tuesday through November 22, and again from January 3.
Tuesday November 1 at 4:30 pm | Sunday November 6 at 11 am
For All Saints Day, the Chapel Choir sings Herbert Howells' incomparably poignant Requiem, in a Choral Evensong on Tuesday November 1, and again at the Sunday service on November 6.
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe
Friday November 4 | 8 pm | Bond Chapel
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe ("Lichens") uses his voice and modular synthesizers to create immersive listening experiences. A concert presented by the Renaissance Society, at Bond Chapel, in conjunction with the exhibition Ben Rivers, Urth. Free.