Sunday at Rockefeller | Passion Sunday

Sunday March 29, 11 am

Members of the Decani (the professional semi chorus of the Chapel Choir) sing Tomás Luis de Victoria's beautiful Renaissance setting of the Passion. Bromleigh McCleneghan offers the sermon.


Chicago Chorale: Bach St. Matthew Passion

Sunday March 29, 3 pm

Chicago Chorale sings Bach's great masterpiece, with Steven Soph as the Evangelist and Gerard Sundberg as Jesus, soloists Ellen Hargis, Angela Young Smucker, and Ryan De Ryke, and an orchestra of period instruments, directed by Bruce Tammen.


Tea & Pipes | Rockefeller

Tuesdays at 4:30 pm

University Organist Thomas Weisflog opens the spring quarter with selections from Marcel Dupré's Le Chemin de la Croix, and Bach's Prelude in C minor. Tea and biscuits in the narthex from 4 pm onwards. Free.


Easter Day Festival Service and Easter Egg Hunt

Sunday April 5 | 11 am

The Chapel Choir sings Mozart's Mass in F major, K.192; trumpets and organ accompany festival hymns. The Rockefeller Children's Choir sings the world première of Katharine Pukinskis' To Welcome in the Year. Bromleigh McCleneghan offers the Easter sermon.


Tower Tours and Carillon Recitals

Carillon recitals and tower tours recommence Monday March 30 (this week is spring break and our carillonneurs are not on duty!).

You're invited to climb the 271 steps up the tower to see the bells and the views from the top. Fabulous in all weathers. $5 donation invited. Meet at the front desk just inside the main south entrance of the Chapel.


Seasons: Fabric Installation by Libby Chaney

Daily, extended by popular acclaim! | Rockefeller Chapel

We proudly present fiber artist Libby Chaney's large-scale fabric installation on the theme Seasons, showcasing complex textures and colors. Open daily during Chapel opening hours (8:30 am to 5 pm).


World-renowned instrument at Rockefeller Chapel inspires College student’s music studies

Read about Rockefeller organ scholar (second year in the College) Chelsie Coren and her delight in learning to play the E.M. Skinner organ! (Click on the picture for the story.)

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