Historic Miller Symphony Hall is home to Allentown Symphony Orchestra and offers a full schedule of quality performing arts and cultural education programming throughout the year. In addition, the historic hall is an ideal location for your next meeting or special event. The entire 1,150-seat hall with three floors of seating is an optimal venue for speakers and large presentations, while the Rodale Community Room on the top floor offers a more intimate setting for up to 200 guests.

The high-arched Palladian windows of the Rodale Community Room are breathtaking elements that will give added dimension to your event. At 3,400 square feet, with air conditioning and elevator access, the neutral-colored, open room with flexible space provides a professional backdrop for formal or informal meetings and events. Catering for your event can be arranged from any of the ten caterers approved to use the hall’s full commercial kitchen.

While now serving as a cultural destination for the greater Lehigh Valley, Miller Symphony Hall began its life in the 1800s and was converted to a theatre in 1899 by the renowned architect J. B. McElfatrick. Since 1990, over $12 million in improvements have been made to the hall to turn it into the leading performance venue it is today. Renovations to this historic theatre continue with additional plans for future projects.

Allentown Symphony Association’s 2016 - 2017 season represents the 66th anniversary of the Allentown Symphony Orchestra which offers both a Classical Series and a Pops Series. Miller Symphony Hall's program schedule also includes The Met Summer Encore Series, The Met: Live in HD Series, and the Jazz Upstairs series with live jazz cabaret-style.

Consider hosting your next meeting at Miller Symphony Hall.