The Detroit Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts is planning a major expansion project to further immerse itself in downtown Detroit.
The $122 million expansion will include a seven-story, 100,000-square-foot facility that will house a 24,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art concert hall, a 200-seat recital hall, recording and practice studios, leasable office space and public welcome center to support music in the city and drive regional and global tourism.
Vince Paul, president and artistic director of Detroit Music Hall, recently joined CultureShift to talk about the expansion and all that Detroit musicians, residents and visitors can expect.
Paul says along with cars, Detroit is also known for exporting music.
“It’s really part of our culture here in Detroit, we make music, and I might add it really does have economic impact you know,” he said.
For more information and updates about the expansion, visit musichallcenter.org.
Listen: Detroit Music Hall President and Artistic Director Vince Paul joins CultureShift to discuss new expansion