Duke Chapel musicians and the Ciompi Quartet perform compositions with themes of remembrance, peace, and reconciliation by composers such as Joan Tower, Felix Mendelssohn, Shireen Abu-Khader, Ned Rorem, Ola Gjeilo, and George Walker. The musical performances are interwoven with poetic commentary.
Please note: Face masks are required on the Duke campus in all indoor and outdoor locations. See the university's public health measures.
In addition to the Ciompi Quartet as instrumentalists, the musicians are Duke Chapel Schola Cantorum, singers; Chapel Organist Christopher Jacobson, organ and piano; and Dr. Zebulon M. Highben, conductor and director of Duke Chapel Music. The concert, cosponsored by Duke Arts, will be livestreamed at this link and below.
The closest parking area is the Bryan Center Parking Garage at 125 Science Drive. ADA parking is available in the parking lot immediately in front of the garage. You can park in the garage for free with a valid Duke parking hang tag permit (any location). If you do not have a Duke parking tag, parking in these locations is available on a first-come-first-served basis at $2 per hour or you can prepurchase parking for this event for $5 by following these instructions:
Directions to purchase permit (and see the diagram below):
- Click here to begin
- Click ‘Get Permits’
- Sign in with ‘NetID Login’ if Duke employee without an active Duke permit, or select ‘Guest Login’ if not affiliated with Duke University
- Click ‘Next’ on Purchase a Permit screen
- Confirm address
- Select permit ‘Special Use Variable Permit / Duke Chapel Memorial Concert’
- Select boxes at end of page after reading parking policies and charges
- Confirm vehicle information
- Select Facility ‘Parking Garage 4’
- Checkout with payment information
- Print/save permit