Organ recitals at Rockefeller and Bond
During the academic year, from late September to early June, recitals by University artists, students, and guests can be found at both Rockefeller and Bond Chapels. Both organs are also played daily in practice and in performance, for all manner of academic and ceremonial events.
EvenSounds | the bells, pipes, and voices of Rockefeller in free Thursday rush hour concerts
Thursdays during the academic year from 5 pm
This new (2019) Thursday evening performance series features choral, organ, and carillon students and those who work with them: James Kallembach, Thomas Weisflog, Joey Brink, and friends in the world of professional music in Chicago and beyond.
EvenSounds featured concerts:
|March 7||Jewish organ music|
|March 14||The newest members of the carillon studio in recital|
|April 4 & 11||Disney & more|
|April 18 (7:30 pm)||Lamentations of Thomas Tallis and Robert White|
|April 25||Festive organ music of the Easter season|
|May 16||New music for carillon and organ, with premières of works by students Will Myers (PhD candidate in composition) and Austin Simmonds (MAPH)|
|May 30||Ceremonial trumpet music for organ|