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Upcoming Events

Midday Music for Organ 2/1: CU Music

Midday Music for Organ: Annette Richards, “Nature’s music.” Storms, birds, forests, and song, with music by Frescobaldi, Sweelinck, Poglietti, and Phillips....

2/1/2023 12:30pm
Soup & Hope 2023 - Speaker: Erin Sember-Chase

Celebrating its 16th year at Cornell, the 2023 Soup & Hope speaker series returns to Sage Chapel with stories that connect to the university’s new commitment...

2/9/2023 12pm
New York Lower Voices Sing: CU Music

New York Lower Voices Sing; performance of the Glee Club and area high school singers led by guest clinician Dr Rayvon Moore (Assistant Professor of Music...

2/11/2023 4:30pm
Richard T. Ford

Derailed by Diversity: Racial Justice after Affirmative Action This year’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration will feature Richard T. Ford, the...

2/13/2023 7pm
 Soup & Hope 2023 - Speaker: Nik Pasqualini

Celebrating its 16th year at Cornell, the 2023 Soup & Hope speaker series returns to Sage Chapel with stories that connect to the university’s new commitment...

2/23/2023 12pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

John Neuman

John Neuman left a negative review 2/16/2020

In general, Yusef Salaam was terrific, BUT, the lighting in Sage Chapel was horrible. He sat in the shadows. Please note, that in Sage Chapel this is a very easy thing to correct....so in the future, do not repeat this oversight.

Meredith Collins

Meredith Collins left a positive review 2/12/2020

This was a truly lovely event. I was worried, because I am a non-Christian religious minority and I wasn't sure if there might not be alienating messages slipped in with the free food. But my worries were unfounded! Luca is a tremendous speaker, and his message is one I wish everyone could hear. The soup was very tasty and appreciated on a cold day. Best part though had to be hearing Dolly Parton and Lady Gaga in Sage Chapel.

Allison Hutchison

Allison Hutchison left a positive review 10/28/2019

We enjoyed the film in this unique setting with a wonderful accompaniment from the organist. Lots of fun. Sadly, our backs couldn't handle the wooden pews for the entire show, and we left at intermission. Maybe next time we'll bring some cushions. :)

Jo Molnar-Kieffer

Jo Molnar-Kieffer left a positive review 10/29/2019

This event was a true Treat ! So well done...with such talent....I enjoyed it with a smile on my face, especially during the Death March of the Marionettes. Thank you to all who worked to make this happen.

Emily Cheng

Emily Cheng posted a photo 10/2/2017