The historic Music Hall provides the Detroit community with innovative and quality performing arts programming and education that reflects and attracts the diverse mix of cultures that make up Southeast Michigan. Music Hall is Detroit’s people’s theater – the place for consistently high quality but non-elitist, performances and performing arts education with an emphasis on dance, theater and music, particularly Jazz. Music Hall aims to be the most accessible, inclusive and culturally diverse institution in the country.
Opportunities for corporate support include program sponsorships, event sponsorships, annual operating support and in-kind donations.
For more information about corporate support opportunities, contact the development department at (313) 887-8510.
The Nita Barak Memorial Fund
In memory of a devoted Music Hall trustee, this endowment provides revenue for future programming endeavors.
The Selma Hyman Lounge Fund
Honoring the commitment of another Music Hall trustee, this fund was established to renovate and preserve the beautiful Selma Hyman Lounge on the second floor of the theatre.
Music Hall Preservation and Endowment Funds
More than 2000 individuals, businesses and foundations have supported this effort to renovate and restore Music Hall, and to guarantee the availability of funding to continue its preservation in perpetuity. Each ticket purchased for a performance at Music Hall includes a preservation fee to ensure the growth of this critical endowment.
Please consider Music Hall in your future philanthropy. To learn more about planned giving and its benefits, please call the development department at (313) 887-8510.
For more information about corporate support opportunities, contact the development department at (313) 887-8510.Email