Events at Rockefeller and Bond Chapel
Rockefeller Chapel and Bond Chapel are cherished spaces for a wide variety of academic, ceremonial, spiritual, and artistic events every week throughout the year. 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!
This winter quarter, come and hear the world première of Oka Ayasha, with words and music by Chickasaw Indian composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, in Rockefeller’s signature Quire & Place series (February 28), and see Libby Chaney’s fabric art installation Seasons (January 17 through March 3).
And any weekday, come for a tower tour, a meditation session, or some carillon or organ music.
Arts Rock, our quarterly arts guide
Check out our events calendar, and download a copy of the current winter issue of Art Rock.
Sacred Powers of Water: A Choral Concert in Rockefeller's signature Quire & Place series
Saturday February 28, 7:30 pm
Two world premières: Oka Ayasha, by Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, and Water on the Thirsty Land, by Katherine Pukinskis, with beloved 20th century classics by Aaron Copland and others, for voices, winds, and percussion. $20 general, free to students.
Tea & Pipes | Rockefeller
Tuesdays at 4:30 pm
Tea & Pipes, our weekly organ recital, occurs every Tuesday during the academic year. Free.
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.