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.

Organist Nathan Laube in Concert
Rockefeller Chapel
Friday June 21, 8 pm (doors open at 7:15 pm)

Internationally renowned concert organist and Chicago area native Nathan Laube recently hosted and performed in All the Stops, Classical WFMT’s four-part series that explored magnificent pipe organs throughout Germany; France; Croatia and Slovenia; and the United States. Nathan will present this Chicago concert to celebrate the WFMT series in a performance at the stunning Rockefeller Memorial Chapel on the campus of the University of Chicago. Hear some of the pipe organ’s finest repertoire and some of Nathan’s incredible transcriptions on the famed E.M. Skinner Opus 634 organ, an instrument that boasts over 8,500 pipes! Free street parking is available, as well as free parking in the Lexington Lot directly west of the chapel.

Tickets $30 online or call Lauren Davis at 773.279.2023. All tickets will be held at the event.

Buy tickets online via WFMT's website