Jazz Vespers blends the form of the traditional evening vespers service with the musical improvisation of jazz. With themes of lament and hope, the service combines poetry, ritual, blessings, and music. It is led by the John Brown Big Band, under the direction of John V. Brown, Vice Provost for the Arts at Duke University. This Jazz Vespers remembers the life and ministry of Óscar Romero, the Catholic bishop from El Salvador who advocated for the poor and was martyred on March 24,1980. Paid parking is available on a first-come-first-served basis in the Bryan Center garage at 125 Science Drive. ADA parking is available in the Bryan Center Surface Lot at the same address. For more parking options, see chapel.duke.edu/visit-events/visit#parking. Masking in Duke Chapel is optional for those who are fully vaccinated. If you have not been vaccinated, Duke requires that you wear a mask in all Duke facilities. Thank you for doing your part to keep the Chapel open and safe for all. Learn more about campus public health measures at https://returnto.duke.edu/public-health-measures/ . A livestream of the service is available on the Chapel website and a recording is available on the site afterwards. Also watch the service live on channel 12 of the Duke Hospital TV system or channel 110 of the Duke Campus Vision TV system. To learn more, visit https://chapel.duke.edu/christian-worship/worship-services/jazz-vespers or email email@example.com.