Events at Rockefeller and Bond Chapel
Rockefeller Chapel and Bond Chapel serve as major performing arts spaces on campus, as well as being cherished spaces for a wide variety of academic, ceremonial, and spiritual events. We present or host more than fifty events per week in the two Chapels and their associated meeting rooms, in addition to rehearsals and student lessons on the carillon and organ. Some events are designed primarily for students, others for audiences and participants from the city of Chicago and far beyond. Visitors come from all over the world to see and hear our great musical instruments!
Come for a tower tour, a meditation session, or some carillon or organ music. See our visiting page for details of opening hours.
See here for how to book an event.
See here for information on holding a wedding at Rockefeller or Bond.
Arts Rock, our seasonal arts guide
Take a look at our spring/summer 2017 edition of Arts Rock featuring upcoming concerts and events! If you would like to receive a copy of Arts Rock in the mail, send an email to Elizabeth Davenport with your preferred mailing address and we will gladly send you a copy.
Fourth year Chelsie Coren | A solo organ recital
Sunday May 28 | 7:30 pm
Fourth year in the College Chelsie Coren offers a solo recital on the grand E.M. Skinner organ, playing music of Bach, Clerambault, Cesar Franck, Messiaen, and Gigout. Free! Reception afterwards.
Carillon concert tours
Tuesday through Friday, 11:30 am and 4:30 pm (no tour Wednesday lunchtime, May 31)
To climb the tower at the time of a carillon recital, please come to the front desk by 11:30 am or 4:30 pm, Tuesday through Friday, to accompany the carillonneur up the 271 steps of the tower. Suggested donation $5.
Tea & Pipes
Tuesday May 30 | 4:30 pm
University organist Thomas Weisflog plays a program of celebratory music to close the season's series of Tea & Pipes recitals! The tenth season of Tea & Pipes begins Tuesday September 26. Free.
Sunday at Rockefeller
Sunday May 28 | 11 am
The artists in residence sing music of Monteverdi, in a "Sunday in Venice," and Anne Benvenuti and Elizabeth Davenport offer a sermon in counterpoint. All are welcome at the table, always.