The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, one of the most iconic buildings in Dallas, opened in 1989. Designed by world-renowned architect I.M. Pei, and the acoustician was Russell Johnson of Artec Consultants, the building is an optimal space for all types of events. The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center provides an elegant backdrop for your special event.
The centerpiece of the Meyerson Symphony Center is the Eugene McDermott Concert Hall, an intimate performance space with seating for 1,838 (or 2,062 seats when utilizing upstage Choral Terrace and Dress Circle Loft seats). Every detail of the concert hall is designed to achieve the highest acoustical quality, with adjustable elements available to tailor the environment to the performance.
Lobby Event Spaces
Surrounding the Eugene McDermott Concert Hall is an expansive lobby space with several distinct areas elegantly constructed of marble floors and rails, stainless steel, limestone, glass, and onyx fixtures. The Renaissance Foyer, our main lobby area, boasts 24,000 square feet with a 50-foot ceiling height provides a soaring, elegant architectural background for your event. The Loge Terrace, an extension of the loge level, provides two distinct seating areas, plus a dramatic view of the city and the main floor.
A gallery of photos from past events held in the lobby of the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center.
Hart Symphony Suites
Located on the lower level, the Hart Symphony Suites include four distinct rooms perfect for meeting spaces, private receptions or small gatherings.
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center Rental Information
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The Meyerson Symphony Center is managed by the Dallas Symphony Association.