Rockefeller Carillon New Music Festival
Friday May 25, 5–8 pm, and Saturday May 26, 10 am–5:30 pm
A two day festival of new music for the carillon, featuring sixteen world premieres by composers including Augusta Read Thomas, Laura Steenberge, Emily Cooley, Geert D'hollander, Yvette Janine Jackson, and Renske Vrolijk. Free.
Sundays at Rockefeller
Sunday May 27 | 11 am
Artists in residence Kaitlin Foley and Keith Murphy sing music of the Civil War era for Memorial Day and hymns for Trinity Sunday, and assisting priest Nicholas Romans offers the sermon. All are welcome at the table, always.
Tea & Pipes
Tuesday May 29 | 4:30 pm
A half hour of music on the magnificent pipes! The last recital of this tenth anniversary series: Tuesday May 29, with Bryan McGuiggin, Rockefeller organ scholar and third year in the College, playing an all-Bach program. Tea is served from 4 pm. Free.
Carillon concert tours
Note: No tower tours this week as we prepare for the Carillon New Music Festival
Come to the festival for an opportunity to climb the tower Saturday lunchtime! 271 steps up the tower, the bells up close, and wonderful views from the top of the tower in the open air.
Rockefeller Chapel opening hours
Rockefeller Chapel is open Tuesday through Friday, 11 am to 6 pm, during the University's academic quarters, and at weekends for scheduled events. We are closed on Mondays, unless special events are scheduled.
Bond Chapel opening hours
During the academic quarters, Bond Chapel is open Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4:45 pm, and weekends and evenings for scheduled events.