Public Events

Our upcoming events

Heinz Memorial Chapel hosts a number of public events and concerts each semester.
To rent the Chapel for your event, please visit our Space Rental page.
If you're looking to sign up for a tour, you can do so on our Tours page.

Girl Scout Patch Program - Heinz Memorial Chapel & Nationality Rooms
Saturday, February 25 at 10 AM
Pre-registration required
To schedule a Girl Scout patch program at Heinz Chapel for your troop on another date, please email heinzchapel@pitt.edu.

Heinz Chapel Chamber Choir Festival

Sunday, February 19 at 3:30 PM
Free and open to the public
Heinz Chapel Choir hosts chamber choirs from Bishop McDevitt High School, Lower Dauphin High School, and Pine-Richland High School in the 31st anniversary of this event, last held in 2020.

Zen Shakuhachi Concert & Meditation with Grandmaster Cornelius Boots
Sunday, March 19 at 4 PM
Free for Pitt Students, General Admission Tickets are $20
Cornelius Boots presents the living tradition of shakuhachi — the rare bamboo flute from ancient Japanese Buddhism.  Meditation, music and nature form the roots of this earthy and ephemeral performing art.  Natural bore (jinashi) and larger, low-pitched flutes (bass or alto) flutes are featured on this program: they provide a strong connection – for both the player and the listener – to a deeper, almost primeval past: echoes from the ancient days of the Earth.
Reserve your spot now!

Heinz Chapel Choir Spring Concert
Sunday, April 23 at 3 PM
Free and open to the public

Women's Choral Ensemble
Saturday, April 2 at 3 PM
Learn more here.

Sound Meditation Concert with Mike Tamburo
Friday, April 7 at 7:30 PM
Free for Pitt students. General Admission Tickets are $20
Enter a timeless space of listening as Crown of Eternity's Mike Tamburo orchestrates his way through 40+ overtone rich instruments including Gongs, Bells, Hammered Dulcimer and tuned metal instruments.
Allow yourself to be still and listen.
Reserve your spot now!