The Traverse City Philharmonic strives to provide excellent service to our patrons with disabilities and special needs. We recognize the needs of persons with disabilities and we meet or exceed the compliance requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We are happy to provide a full range of accommodations for patrons with disabilities to ensure their safety, comfort and enjoyment of our events.

Please contact or call 231-947-7120 with any questions or concerns.

Corson Auditorium

The majority of Traverse City Philharmonic concerts take place at Corson Auditorium, which is located on the campus of Interlochen Center for the Arts, approximately ten miles South of Traverse City. Follow US 31 South to Chums Corners and then West to South M-137 (left at the second stoplight after Chums Corners). Seating: 952 people.

City Opera House

Located in downtown Traverse City near the corner of Front and Union Streets. Seating: 690 people.

Traverse City Philharmonic Center

The Maestro Series, featuring world-caliber soloists in an intimate recital setting, will take place in the newly built Traverse City Philharmonic Center located at the Cherryland Center at 1724 S Garfield Ave Traverse City, MI 49686. Seating: 225 people. Seating is limited at this intimate venue; cash bar available. (Seating map coming soon.)