New World Symphony
The New World Symphony was established in 1987 to help recent graduates from college music programs find leadership roles and careers with orchestras and ensembles around the world. The New World Center serves as the campus of the New World Symphony and was designed by Frank Gehry, a Pritzker Prize winner. The facility includes 24 rehearsal rooms, a main performance hall, and a 7,000-square-foot projection wall. It also houses the SunTrust Pavilion, which accommodates rehearsals, lectures, and performances.