On the fourth and fifth floors of Enid’s second historic Masonic Temple, you will find the home of Oklahoma’s longest-running professional symphony, the Enid Symphony Orchestra. It’s here inside the visually stunning Enid Symphony Center where audiences can be transported across the globe from the spacious Egyptian lobby to 18th century Paris in the venue’s main performance hall. Each hall and banquet area boasts unique period design, much of which was created by renowned artist Joanne Day with the support of over 100 community volunteers over a decade ago. With three main halls as well as The Jane Champlin Art Gallery and Ballroom Theatre, the Enid Symphony Center is equipped with a catering kitchen, banqueting tables and seating, state of the art audio visual equipment, pianos and much more. This crown jewel of the Enid community is equipped to cater most event types and needs, including film production and related activities having previously hosted the city’s Film Like Yours (FLY) Film Festival.
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