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Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hall
Symphony fans enjoy plenty of musical entertainment in the fine city of Detroit. The historical Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hall, built in 1919, with superior acoustic qualities. In 1971, this Renaissance style concert hall featuring 2,014 seats, was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It has been home to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the fourth oldest symphony in America since for many years.
In 1941, the hall was named the Paradise Theater and became a jazz venue. Famed jazz musicians Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Billie Holiday and Duke Ellington performed at the theater. In the 1970s, the hall was saved from demolition undergoing major renovations, including restoring its acoustic properties.
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