Quire & Place: Music in the Time of Shakespeare
Saturday February 27 | 7:30 pm | Pre-concert lecture by Professor David Bevington at 6:30 pm
An a cappella celebration of Thomas Tallis and the Elizabethans, including Tallis’ famous Lamentations, paired with settings of Shakespeare texts by Shulamit Ran, including the world première of her Sonnet 64. Part of the citywide Shakespeare 400!
Empty Bottle Presents: Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Saturday February 13 | 7 pm SOLD OUT
We're excited to be working with Empty Bottle to present Godspeed You! Black Emperor. This event has been sold out for some time, but in case you have a ticket and are looking to confirm info, here it is. 7 pm. Self-parking on the Midway Plaisance.
Sunday at Rockefeller: Lent I [with a Valentine's Day concert on the carillon at 12:15 pm!]
Sunday February 14 | 11 am
The Chapel Choir sings the Allegri Miserere, an annual not-to-be-missed beginning of the beautiful reflective Lenten season. Dean Elizabeth Davenport offers the sermon. All are welcome at the table, always.
Climb the tower and hear the carillon!
Monday through Friday, 11:30 am and 4:30 pm
Carillon recitals and tower tours take place weekdays at 11:30 am and 4:30 pm. Meet at the Chapel's front desk (main south entrance) for the 271-step climb! We also offer a Sunday tour at 12:15 pm.
Justin Kern: Ultra High Resolution
Installation extended by acclamation! Open daily at Rockefeller Chapel
The première of a new collection by Justin Kern, AB’04, PhD’10, that uses the explosive combination of modern cameras and computers to explore the large and the small on campus simultaneously, through ultra high resolution imaging.
Color Rockefeller Chapel!
Fridays, 2-3 pm
For students and others drawn to the de-stressing nature of working with pencils and paper, including creating new templates. Free. Hot drinks and materials provided. Meet in the Chapel itself. (Note: this is not an activity for children!)