Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Founded in 1891, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is consistently hailed as one of the greatest orchestras in the world.
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Concert Series
CSO Classical
The world-renowned CSO, Riccardo Muti and distinguished guest artists perform an enthralling variety of music, from immortal masterworks to surprising discoveries.
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CSO at the Movies
Feature films ranging from Hollywood’s Golden Age to modern blockbusters with the incomparable CSO playing the scores.
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CSO for Kids
Share your love of music with the next generation through this series of engaging, kid-friendly programs performed by musicians from the CSO.
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CSO at Wheaton
Acclaimed conductors and guest artists join the incomparable CSO to perform symphonic masterworks in Chicago’s western suburbs.
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CSO MusicNOW
Chicago’s leading new music series delivers cutting-edge works curated by Mead Composer-in-Residence Jessie Montgomery and performed by musicians from the CSO.
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Special Concerts
Unique concert events featuring the CSO
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Tickets & Subscriptions

Curated and Create Your Own series subscriptions for the 2022/23 Season are now available. Single tickets are on sale now for all Spring 2022 concerts.

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Watch CSOtv

Experience the music of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on your own device, on your own schedule with CSOtv. Programs include CSO Sessions, featuring newly recorded performances of inspiring chamber music by composers of the past and present.

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The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association is committed to creating a comfortable, enjoyable and safe environment. Safe and Sound measures, including COVID-19 mitigation and mask requirements for concertgoers, will remain in effect until further notice and continue to be reviewed regularly based on the needs and comfort of musicians, patrons and staff.

For everyone’s comfort and safety, patrons 5 years of age and older are required to provide proof of full vaccination or a recent negative test, and those 16 years of age or older also need to provide a valid photo ID. All patrons must wear a face mask throughout their visit.

Individuals are expected to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms before attending a CSOA event. Patrons who are not feeling well, are exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms or have had or been exposed to COVID-19 in the past 10 days should contact Patron Services for flexible exchange and refund options.

Visit cso.org/SafeAndSound for the most recent information. Ticket holders receive specific instructions for entry ahead of each performance. Please note, other venues in Chicago may have policies that differ from Symphony Center.

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