Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts

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Year Founded:
1928
Local Leader / Exec. Director:
Vincent Paul
Main Address:
350 Madison Ave
Detroit, MI 48226

What We Do

THE HISTORIC MUSIC HALL, THROUGH ITS PRESENTATIONS AND PRODUCTIONS (INCLUDING COMMISSIONS OF ORIGINAL ARTISTIC WORK), PROVIDES SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN WITH HIGH QUALITY PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMS AND EDUCATION THAT REFLECT THE DIVERSE MIX OF CULTURES THAT MAKE UP OUR COMMUNITY. MUSIC HALL IS DETROIT’S “PEOPLE’S THEATER” – THE PLACE FOR HIGH QUALITY BUT NON-ELITIST PERFORMING ARTS AND EDUCATION WITH AN EMPHASIS ON DANCE, THEATER AND MUSIC, PARTICULARLY JAZZ. MUSIC HALL AIMS TO BE THE MOST ACCESSIBLE, INCLUSIVE AND CULTURALLY DIVERSE PERFORMING ARTS INSTITUTION IN THE COUNTRY.

Interesting Info

Music Hall provides music education in the Detroit Public School Community District on a daily basis and touches the lives of over 20,000 students a year
Music Hall is woven into the fabric of Detroit's cultural identity. It has presented more performers of world renown than perhaps any theater in America.
It is crucial for the people to help maintain Music Hall's 93 year old building and continue to support its critical education programs.

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