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The Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center is home to the renowned Chicago Symphony Orchestra, one of 5 American orchestras that constitute the "Big Five" of classical music.

The Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center is home to the renowned Chicago Symphony Orchestra, one of 5 American orchestras that constitute the "Big Five" of classical music. The CSO spends a lot of time on the road though, so visiting orchestras and stately jazz concerts can also be found here.


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About Chicago Symphony Orchestra

 220 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 312-294-3000

 cso.org

Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Nearby Sights on Map

Chicago Architecture Foundation

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