Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center

Cornerstone of Symphony Center is the 1904 Orchestra Hall, home of the world-famous Chicago Symphony Orchestra. The Georgian-style hall was planned by orchestra founder Theodore Thomas and completed after his death by D.H. Burnham & Co.

Useful information

Address:

220 South Michigan Avenue, 60604 Chicago

Phone:

+1 312-294-3000

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