Roy Thomson Hall is a concert hall in the heart of Toronto with seating for an audience of 2630. The Hall is the home venue of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra as well as the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. It also hosts many screenings from the Toronto International Film Festival.
Designed by renowned Canadian architect Arthur Erickson along with the architectural firm Mathers and Haldnby, the Roy Thomson Hall features a circular exterior of sloping glass. It was opened in 1982, but received extensive renovations in 2002 including improvements to the acoustics.
For additional information about the Roy Thomson Hall and upcoming concerts and events see their website linked below.
Facts For Your VisitFee: Yes, if you wish to see a performance.
Address: 60 Simcoe St, Toronto, ON M5J 2H5, Canada
Phone: (416) 872-4255
Official Website: Roy Thomson Hall Toronto
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How to get to Roy Thomson Hall Toronto by TTC Subway
From St. Andrew Station walk 1 blocks west along King Street. Roy Thomson Hall is on the south side of King Street West at the corner of Simcoe Street.
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Ratedout of 5
I've visited Roy Thomson Hall for a number of different occasions. It's a wonderful space and a cultural gem in Toronto. It's home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra who play here on varying nights, mostly Wednesday to Saturday nights and some matinee performances throughout September to June. More recently, I've begun to admire their outdoor event space for private functions. It's simply beautiful.
Stephen Kobus - 21 days ago
The home stage of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Worth the 5 stars for that. Although the venue can and hosts a multitude of over events, they are best known for the TSO. The locale has an interesting architecture, arguably shaped like a massive, concrete and glass flan. It is artistic and yet a reminder of the simplistic Brutalist Movement , an architectural style which was all the rage during the 50-70's and today almost universally panned for its basic, usually geometric yet with almost no-frills cues. However the park around it and the quality of its acts keeps this building alive and a hub for any art lovers in Toronto.
Mauricio Alas - 1 month ago
Walked down here for their live concert series. The vibe is easy, band is cool but get her EARLY for seating. One glass of wine, a premium beer and a big bag of popcorn cost about $25 with a generous tip.
Darcia Armstrong - 2 months ago
Catch the tso here. Frequent specially shows like comedy with second city or a complete set of movie soundtracks. Best acoustics you'll ever hear. Smells like bengay though.
John B - 2 months ago
By far the venue with the best sound on the city. The architecture is interesting and the surrounding scenery is nice. It can be a bit costly but worth it.
Mathieu Le François - 2 months ago