Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center
220 S. Michigan Ave.
Sat, Oct 15: Closed
Sun, Oct 16: 10am - 2pm
D.H. Burnham & Co., 1904
2,521-seat Orchestra Hall is home to the world-renowned Chicago Symphony Orchestra. The CSO shared the nearby Auditorium Theatre from 1891 to 1904 before commissioning season ticket-holder Daniel Burnham to design a smaller, more appropriately-sized venue. Originally named after the CSO’s first director Theodore Thomas, Orchestra Hall is now part of the larger Symphony Center, which was created during 1995-1997 renovations that added a beautiful atrium and new office space. Symphony Center is also home to the Chicago Symphony Chorus and the Civic Orchestra of Chicago.
Behind the Scenes
Take in the magnificence of one of Chicago's most beautiful and storied performance spaces.