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4.5 / 5 Rated by 22 members
Review from emily charles

The Second Presbyterian Church. has wonderful acoustics and is a heritage site. The instrument combination of flute and saxophone worked very well and the selection of music, mostly classical, was interesting.

reviewed Jan 22 2014 report as inappropriate
Review from GoPower1

2nd Pres is a National Historical site, well worth visiting.
Easy to find and ample free parking next to the building and across the street. Will look for other Sounds of the South Loop performances.

reviewed Nov 11 2015 report as inappropriate
Review from Sue Chennell

We arrived early because we had not been to this venue before and wanted to allow time to find it. As it happened, we found it quickly and even got a free parking spot on the street. We later found out that parking at the meters is free on...continued

reviewed Mar 09 2014 report as inappropriate
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