Chicago Symphony Center/Orchestra Hall

Chicago Symphony Center/Orchestra Hall

Rich in tradition. Innovative in vision. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) is a musical force in Chicago and around the world. Built in 1904, Symphony Center was designed by famed architect Daniel Burnham, then a trustee of the CSO.
The Grammy award winning ensemble holds more than 150 performances and events a year. The CSO is made up of 107 professional musicians, including two internationally renowned conductors and two award-winning composers-in-residence.


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Chicago Symphony Center/Orchestra Hall

Specialty: Classical Music
Neighborhood: Downtown
Seats: 2,522 on five levels and on behind the stage
Best seat/acoustics: C102, lower balcony, center section, thrid row back on the aisle
Best seat/slight-lines: C102
Bottom line: C102
Hours: See website for season schedule
Price: $11.00 to $150.00, depending on show and seats
Payment: Visa, American Express, Optima, Diner's Club
Parking: Public parking lots. Pre-paid parking is available at 55 E. Monroe for evening shows
ADA: Wheelchair accessible

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