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Toronto's Top 10 : Entertainment Venues - Top 10 Performing Arts Groups

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  1. Molson Amphitheatre

    With its lakeside setting in Ontario Place, this is a great place to take in a summer concert. There’s seating for 9,000 under the copper canopy, plus space for 7,000 on the grass. Top performers often mean sold-out shows.

    • 909 Lake Shore Blvd W

    • 416 260 5600

    Molson Amphitheatre
  2. Roy Thomson Hall

    The concert hall’s innovative design ensures that everyone in the audience is within 100 ft (30 m) of the stage . It is home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (which performs September to June) and Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, and also hosts many guest artists.

    Roy Thompson Hall
  3. St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts

    This venerable Toronto venue presents theater, dance, and music, along with lectures on subjects of topical interest, in its two intimate spaces. The Canadian Stage Theatre Company is based in the larger Bluma Appel Theatre, while Jane Mallet Theatre features recitals and performances by groups such as the Toronto Operetta Theatre Company.

  4. The Sony Centre

    It was here that famed dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov defected from the Soviet Union in 1979. The now refurbished theater mounts shows by the National Ballet of Canada, and others.

  5. Air Canada Centre

    When hockey’s Maple Leafs and basketball’s Raptors are not filling the seats with Toronto fans, the arena hosts big-name musical acts .

    Air Canada Centre
  6. Rogers Centre

    This mega-stadium’s retractable roof allows games to be played whatever the weather may be. The arena seats almost 52,000 sports fans, who turn out to see the Blue Jays play baseball or the Argonauts play football on home turf, and holds up to 70,000 concert-goers .

    Rogers Centre
  7. Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres

    These two theaters have been restored to their original splendor. Opened in 1913 as a double-decker venue – the Winter Garden seven stories above the Elgin – they host concerts, operas, and hit Broadway musicals .

    Winter Garden Theatre
  8. Massey Hall

    This grand dame of entertainment venues, opened in 1894, was the first dedicated music hall in Toronto with the stage space to accommodate large musical groups. Its 2,700 seats and superb acoustics provide a surprisingly intimate setting for jazz, blues, and folk shows; the Art Deco interior provides all the distraction you’ll need at intermission.

  9. George Weston Recital Hall

    This 1,036-seat concert hall hosts international performers along with local favorites the Toronto Philharmonia and the Amadeus Choir.

  10. Glenn Gould Studio

    CBC, Canada’s national broadcaster, records for-radio musical performances, from classical to jazz, in this small studio named after the famous concert pianist.

Top 10 Performing Arts Groups

  1. Canadian Opera Company

    The largest producer of opera in Canada stages seven productions each season.

  2. Tarragon Theatre

    New innovative works by Canadian playwrights.

  3. Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir

    The ensemble plays Baroque chamber music on period instruments.

  4. Theatre Passe Muraille

    A pioneering theater instrumental in shaping a distinctly Canadian voice.

  5. Toronto Mendelssohn Choir

    Canada’s oldest vocal ensemble presented its first concert in 1895.

  6. Toronto Symphony Orchestra

    This world-renowned orchestra delights audiences with the classics.

  7. Canadian Stage Company

    Theatrical productions of international and Canadian works, including musicals.

  8. National Ballet of Canada

    Internationally acclaimed company dances the classics with luster, and presents vibrant new choreography.

  9. Toronto Dance Theatre

    Intelligent and visually striking modern dance by one of the country’s most influential dance troupes.

  10. Soulpepper Theatre Company

    Canadian interpretations of international classics.

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