The Meyerson Symphony Center has wheelchairs available for use by our patrons. They are located at the security station in the Front Lobby and Lower Lobby. Patrons may also call ahead to Meyerson Security at 214.670.3714 or the Meyerson Front of House Management at 214.670.7945 to reserve a complimentary wheelchair.
Mobility Impaired Accommodations and Access
广西体彩网Mobility impaired patrons have access to seating within the concert hall as well as parking in the Arts District surrounding the Meyerson Symphony Center. This includes access to the Meyerson Lower Lobby via the parking garage elevators for each level of the Hall Arts Garage (level G4 and lower).
广西体彩网Handicapped parking is also available in the Cathedral Garage on level G3 and lower. Patrons needing assistance may also utilize valet parking services located at the Flora Street entrance as well the Lower Lobby (Hall Arts Garage entrance accessible on the north side of the Meyerson via Pearl Street at Munger Street). Valet parking for mobility impaired patrons is $25 with a permit at the Munger Avenue valet location.
The orchestra terrace section of the concert hall has been designated as the handicapped seating area in section F, row D. If you need special seating, please contact the Guest Services Center at 214.TIX.4DSO to purchase tickets.
Infrared Listening System
The infrared listening device is a complimentary headset for the hearing impaired made available to patrons. Infrared headsets may not be used in conjunction with hearing aids. However, infrared units are available that can be used with a hearing aid equipped with a T-Switch.
Microphones located in the concert hall pick up the signal from the infrared device, which is fed to signal processing units and then to an infrared control transmitter. This transmitter takes the processed audio signal and modulates it into a carrier wave, amplifies it and sends it on to the 10 array emitters located in the concert hall. These emitters convert the subcarrier signal into harmless invisible infrared light, which is radiated throughout the concert hall seating areas where hearing-impaired listeners may wear the infrared headphone receiver to hear the program.