DSO Plans Ahead For M1 Effect

August 21, 2014

By Pat Batcheller

"We're completely open for business. We have events and concerts and programs in here every day of the week, so they should not have any concerns about coming downtown."

Paul Hogle, DSO Executive Vice President.

As work on the M-1 Rail line works its way up Woodward Avenue, people going to see the Detroit Symphony Orchestra will need to know how to navigate the construction in Midtown. The DSO’s new season starts in just a few weeks. Executive Vice President Paul Hogle tells WDET’s Pat Batcheller that he doesn’t expect the project to be an inconvenience for concert-goers. Click on the audio links above to hear the conversation. The DSO’s new season begins next month with the first concert in the Pops series. The Classical Series debuts October 10th.

Find what you need to know about the DSO and M1 here.

Information on the new DSO season is here.