The Royal Conservatory Of Music, Toronto
About The Royal Conservatory Of Music, Toronto
The Royal Conservatory Of Music, Toronto - Address, Phone Number
Address: 273 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1W2, Canada
Time Required: 00:30 Mins
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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While the Royal Conservatory of Music is the school, the classical shoebox style Koerner Hall of 1,135 seats is where the school shows off its talents. The Mazzoleni Concert Hall, also on site, is older, more intimate (237 seats) and is also used for performances, but is now less famous than its counterpart. Both venues host touring artists, who are sometimes here as lecturers. The b espresso bar is particularly trendy and exquisite.
The Royal Conservatory Of Music Information
- Check out the extensive FAQ on the attraction website.
- Tickets can be purchased online at anytime.
- Check the venue website for upcoming concerts.
- Fully disabled accessible.
The Royal Conservatory Of Music Ticket Prices
- Ticket prices depend on the seats, the times, and the event.
The Royal Conservatory Of Music Opening and Closing Hours
- Monday to Friday: 10am to 6pm
- Saturday: 12pm to 6pm
- Sunday & Holidays: Open three hours prior to a performance.
Times given here are for the box office. Actual show times will vary.
How To reach The Royal Conservatory Of Music by Public Transport
- Bus 300 stop Bloor St West at Bedford Rd
- Subway, 1, 2 stop St George Station
- Streetcar 317, 510; Bus 217 stop Spadina Station
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Reviewing as tourist visiting this landmark : this is a beautiful building with amazing architecture. It is the gateway to paths and gardens in the University of Toronto campus area. There is a small, peaceful Cafe inside open to the public. Descent coffee and pastries.
I cannot recommend the RCoM as they focus far too much on classical music and reading sheet music. I've played in bands professionally for two decades and many of their students who have tried out cannot play by ear at all and are therefore useless in a professional band environment. I also find them harsh and insensitive regarding their refunds and business policies. I recommend finding a good private tutor.
Attended a wedding here. The venue is spectacular! Staff were super nice. Would totally consider it.
RCM Unprofessional, unorganized, rude customer service, I can still go on and on . They register you and get a money and they put you on another program. Really!!!!!. You can do better , to get that 25 dollars cancelation fee they do anything. Dont ever go there they are scam. Imagine if so many people cancel because they can not get accommodation for the time they choose.
1,000 seat Auditorium rises with wrap-around tiered seating (some seats are actually above & behind the stage performers! Light woodwork motif makes you feel like you're inside the hollows of a gigantic guitar!!
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