Built in 1989 by renowned architect I.M. Pei, the Meyerson Symphony Center has a spacious, circular lobby contained by a sweeping glass canopy. Inside, the expansive concert hall has an 85-foot ceiling. Cherry-wood walls surround the four main levels that seat up to 2,062 people. Events can be as intimate as high-school graduations and weddings, but the largest draws are for performances by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the Dallas Wind Symphony.