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Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Ranked as one of the international ultimate orchestra halls, Meyerson Symphony Center sits in the arts district of Dallas Texas. It derives its name from an arts patron, Morton H. Meyerson who funded the construction of the hall. Since establishment, it serves as the primary concert venue for the Dallas Wind Symphony and other music groups in the area.

The concerts

The hall is home to numerous performances that draws artist from local metropolitan and other regions. Ideally, different concerts come with varying themes with some portraying individual heritages. For instance, the Hall offers free performances for people on the autism continuum.  Also, you can treat your special someone or the family to a night of incredible performances from the Gershwin hits to Beethoven’s fifth.

The facilities

If you are planning your first visits, you may not know what to expect at the events. In fact, you may be tempted to leave the mobility impaired patrons on your stay. The hall provides wheelchairs and impaired access facilities such as garage elevators, handicapped parking, and valet parking among others. Also, the infrared hearing devices go a long way in helping those with the physical disability.

Shopping experience

Regardless of the time of the year, you can always get different commodities at the symphony store before or after the concerts. The products range from branded merchandise, special outfits, books, CD and great music boxes among others. The store opens at 12.30 pm and 5:30 PM and closes 45 minutes after every concert. With the hall sitting just 6.6 miles way from major hotels in Dallas, visitors are rest assured of accessible accommodation facilities and entertainment.