The Detroit Symphony Orchestra has established itself as a pioneer in the music industry, not only for its outstanding performances but also for its commitment to accessibility. Under the leadership of President and CEO Erik Rönmark, the DSO has become known as the most accessible orchestra on the planet, with a mission to connect with audiences both locally and globally.
One of the key initiatives that has helped the DSO achieve this status is its dedication to digital innovation. The orchestra’s free Live from Orchestra Hall webcasts have allowed music lovers from around the world to tune in and experience the DSO’s performances, regardless of their location or financial means. This commitment to digital accessibility has been further strengthened during the COVID-19 pandemic, as the DSO has continued to provide virtual concerts and engage with audiences online.