A Space for Everyone
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra entered a new era on October 11, 2003 with the opening of The Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center. “The Max” is a 135,000-square-foot facility which combines the restored and modernized Orchestra Hall with five additional rental spaces; here, there is a space for everyone. Whether you need to host a conference call for 20 participants, a wedding for 200, or a concert for 2000, The Max can meet your needs.
Special events are changing – Let the DSO help you reach your audience through a different lens.
As virtual events take center stage, the DSO’s Alfred R. Glancy III Control Room provides the latest generation of robotic 4K PTZ cameras networked together with high-end video components to support the requirements of a modern webcasting and recording environment. Stream panel discussions, presentations, keynotes, educational series and performances directly to your audience, live from Orchestra Hall. The DSO’s skilled and professional staff is waiting in the wings to assist you with bringing your virtual vision to life. Contact our sales team at email@example.com for additional technical specifications and details. Professional consults available upon request.
Walk into History
On April 22, 1919, readers of The Detroit News learned that the old Westminster Presbyterian Church had been purchased by the Detroit Symphony Society. Then suddenly, the old church was gone. From the space created by its demolition—and even upon some of its foundation to save time—Orchestra Hall rose to new life in six months during that extraordinary summer of 1919.