Detroit Symphony Orchestra at the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center


Orchestra Hall, one of Detroit’s most prized cultural and historic landmarks, was restored and modernized as part of the $60 million music center's project. See the Detroit Symphony Events Calendar for more information.

History of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is America's fourth oldest orchestra, beginning in 1887. The first concert at Orchestra Hall was in 1919.

    • Continental Breakfast
    • Full Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    • Valet Parking
    • Charge for Parking
    • Live Entertainment
    • Number Of Meeting Rooms: 9
    • Largest Meeting Space: 5,100 sq. ft.
    • Largest Banquet Capacity Seating: 360
    • Largest Conference Capacity: 450
    • Largest Reception Capacity: 600
    • Largest Theater Capacity: 450

    Facilities

    Room Name Banquet Capacity Classroom Capacity Conference Capacity Reception Capacity Theater Capacity Room Height
    Allessee Hall 150 200 200 250 200 - ft.
    Atrium - Level 1 200 200 - 350 200 - ft.
    Atrium - Level 2 80 - - 150 - - ft.
    Atrium - Level 3 150 100 - 200 100 - ft.
    Donor Lounge 50 75 75 75 75 - ft.
    Green Room - - - 12 - - ft.
    Orchestra Hall Stage 110 188 188 256 188 - ft.
    Paradise Café 50 - - 50 - - ft.
    The Music Box 360 450 450 600 450 - ft.
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3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48201

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Detroit Metro Airport: 18 Miles

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