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Film: A Song for You

Tuesday January 27, 4:30 pm | Ida Noyes Hall, Max Palevsky Cinema

Spiritual Life presents A Song for You, with director Sharon Karp and Erica Karp: the story of George and Gisela Karp's escape from the Nazis with their infant daughter, including crossing the Pyrenees on foot. $5, free to students.

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Seasons: Fabric Installation by Libby Chaney

Saturday January 17 to Tuesday March 3 | 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.

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Sunday at Rockefeller

Sunday February 1 | 11 am

The Chapel Choir sings Aaron Copland's In the Beginning, with Lindsey Adams Frank, mezzo soprano (a preview of Sacred Powers of Water, our February 28 concert). Artist Libby Chaney, whose installation "Seasons" is up until March 3, offers the sermon.

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Tea & Pipes | Rockefeller

Tuesdays at 4:30 pm

Tea & Pipes, our weekly organ recital, occurs every Tuesday during the academic year. This Tuesday, Thomas Weisflog plays music by Vaughan WIlliams, Seth Bingham, and Jean Langlais. Free! Tea and biscuits served from 4 pm.

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Tower Tours and Carillon Recitals

Weekdays 11:30 am and 4:30 pm, Sundays 12:15 pm

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. $3 donation invited. Meet at the front desk just inside the main south entrance of the Chapel.

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Restorative Yoga

Tuesdays at 5:30 pm and again at 6:45 pm

An hour of restorative yoga in the lovely setting of Rockefeller Chapel, with Meredith Haggerty. Bring a yoga mat if you have one, and wear loose clothing. Students free, $5 donation requested from others.

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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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