Calendar - Music

Saturday, November 28
10:00 am
In a series of three Saturday morning online presentations, Dr. Philip Cave, associate conductor for Chapel Music, explores notable pieces of sacred music.
Sunday, December 6
4:00 pm
Now in its eighty-eighth year, the annual presentation of Handel’s Messiah at Duke Chapel is one of the oldest and most beloved musical traditions at Duke University.
Tuesday, December 8
7:30 pm
The season of Advent is one of reflection and longing-reflection on the power of the incarnation, and longing for the end to sorrow and suffering that the incarnation portends.
Thursday, December 17
7:00 pm
Choral anthems, carols, and hymns are hallmarks of the Advent-Christmas celebration at Duke Chapel.
Sunday, February 21
4:00 pm
Duke Chapel Organist Christopher Jacobson, FRCO, presents a recital on the Chapel's Aeolian organ, featuring the music of Marcel Dupré and his contemporaries, in commemoration of the 50th anniversary
Sunday, March 21
4:00 pm
Dr. Robert Parkins, Duke University Organist, presents a recital on the Chapel's Flentrop organ, featuring works of Johann Sebastian Bach and German Romantic composers who were influenced by him.
Sunday, April 11
4:00 pm
The spring oratorio concert is a long-standing tradition of Duke Chapel’s music program.
4:00 pm
The spring oratorio concert is a long-standing tradition of Duke Chapel's music program.
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