Rich with music spanning from the Renaissance to the present, Choral Evensong features sung prayers, psalms, canticles, and organ music. Distinct from the noisy world around us, this service offers a place for quiet contemplation. The service is led by Chapel and local ministers with music from the Duke Evensong Singers.
The choir for this service comprises participants in the Royal School of Church Music in America's Carolina Course.
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People attending the service are invited to sit in the first set of choir stalls in the chancel area where the altar is located or in the main sanctuary. The service typically lasts one hour and is held during the academic year.
A livestream of the service is available on the Chapel website and a recording is available 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 chapel.duke.edu/christian-worship/worship-services/choral-evensong or email email@example.com.