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MUSKEGON — A dozen years ago, after the demolition of the former Muskegon Mall, an eight-block area in the heart of downtown sat vacant, filled with sand, shells of vacant buildings and few people.

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When West Michigan Symphony Music Director Scott Speck visited Germany, he attended a free Bavarian State Opera performance. A crowd of at least 200,000 people greeted the orchestra musicians as though they were national heroes. 

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Ahead of its current season, the West Michigan Symphony decided to try something new.

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A proposed new development could help solve one of the Muskegon’s nagging problems: its lack of density in the downtown area to support a thriving retail sector.

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What started out as a search for a street-front ticket office for the West Michigan Symphony eventually led to the organization finding a new venue for performances, as well as a renewed sense of purpose: making classical music more accessible.

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The Russell Block restoration is alive with the sound of music – or it soon will be as a new tenant looks to more than triple the size of its footprint in downtown Muskegon.

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