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The Detroit Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1914 when ten young Detroit society women each contributed 0 and pledged to find 100 additional subscribers to donate to support the symphony. They organized quickly, hiring Weston Gales, a 27-year-old church organist from Boston, as music director. The orchestra\'s first concert took place at the old Detroit Opera House on February 26, 1914.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra entered a new era on October 11, 2003 with the opening of the Max M. Fisher Music Center. The million project, nicknamed “The Max,” created a new music center complex consisting of the restored and modernized Orchestra Hall and a 135,000-square-foot facility that includes The Music Box, a 450-seat second performance hall with variable configurations, and the 15,000-square-foot Jacob Bernard Pincus Music Education Center, which supports the DSO’s youth ensembles and other educational activities.
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Type Orchestral
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Contact_name Contact Us State Michigan
Company_name Max M. Fisher Music Center Sountry
Email info@dso.com URL http://www.detroitsymphony.com
Address 3711 Woodward Avenue Phone1 (313) 576-5111
City Detroit Phone2
Zip 48201 Fax

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