Carillon concert tours
Tuesday through Friday 11:45 am and 4:45 pm; Sunday 12:15 pm
Carillon concert tours are sixty-minute tours beginning at 11:45 am and 4:45 pm, Tuesday through Friday, and 12:15 pm Sunday. Tickets ($7) are available at the front desk 30 minutes before, free to holders of current UChicago ID.
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.
Concrete Happenings Arts Lobby
Coming September 30, through December 2
Historical documents pertaining to Harold Haydon, whose stained glass adorns the Chapel, will be on view as part of the University-wide Concrete Happenings programming. Other materials in the arts lobby will point visitors to Concrete Happenings events.
Sunday at Rockefeller
Starting again Sunday October 2 | 11 am
Sunday services recommence for the new academic year on Sunday October 2, with the Chapel Choir and instrumentalists performing Bach's Cantata BWV 29 "Wir danken dir, Gott."
Tea & Pipes
Tuesday October 4 | 4:30 pm
University Organist Thomas Weisflog offers the second Tea & Pipes recital of this academic year's season! Come for a cup of tea and a lot of pipes. Free. Every Tuesday through November 22, and again from January 3.
Ear Taxi Festival: Letters from the Sky
Thursday October 6 | 12 noon
As part of the citywide Ear Taxi Festivall, University carillonneur Joey Brink plays a noon concert including three world premieres, and the Chapel releases Brink's CD of music composed for the Rockefeller carillon, available at all Ear Taxi events.
Open House Chicago at Rockefeller and Bond Chapels
Saturday October 15 and Sunday October 16, 10 am to 4 pm
Chicago Architecture Foundation volunteers take pride in including the beautiful spaces of Rockefeller and Bond Chapels in this year's Open House Chicago! Free.
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.
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.