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.

Meditation Mondays
12:15 PM: Guided Meditation & 4-6 PM: Quiet Hours
Join us every Monday, starting September 11, for Meditation Mondays! There will be a free 15-20 minute guided meditation at 12:15 PM. The Chapel will also offer quiet hours each Monday from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. This time is perfect for prayer, study, or quiet reflection.

Mike Tamburo Sound Meditation Concert
Wednesday, May 8, 7-9 PM
Wednesday, December 18, 7-9 PM
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. Listeners have described Mike Tamburo's music as an adventure in listening; sonic bliss; a deep and lasting vibrational rejuvenation for body and soul; a profound aesthetic experience; a journey through the senses and a perceptual rollercoaster. Allow yourself to be still and listen.
Free for Pitt students, $20 for General Admission. Purchase your tickets here.

Chatham Baroque Concert: American Voyages
Saturday, June 8, 8 PM
Join Chatham Baroque and percussionist Danny Mallon on a journey from Baroque Europe to the Americas as we trace roots of American, French Canadian, and Latin American music from their origins in 18th-century Britain, France, and Spain.
Free for Pitt students, $15 for Pitt Faculty & Staff, $20 for General Admission. Purchase your tickets here.