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Rich in tradition. Innovative in vision. The CSO is a musical force in Chicago and around the world. More than 150 performances and events a year. 107 talented musicians. Two internationally renowned conductors. Two award-winning composers-in- residence.
A place of architectural beauty and musical significance for Chicagoans and the world. Orchestra Hall is the dream space of the brilliant architect Daniel Burnham and CSO founding Music Director Theodore Thomas. Orchestra Hall was designed by the famous Chicago architect Daniel Burnham, and finished in 1904. Since that time it has undergone several restorations, including its transformation into Symphony Center.
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