The Royal Conservatory Of MusicCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: 273 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1W2, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4164080208
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Concert, Family And Kids
The Royal Conservatory Of Music - Review
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 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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The Royal Conservatory Of Music, Toronto Reviews
"so much light!" I got to help set up for a wedding here as I am entering the event management field. This venue was beautiful for a wedding. It was on the third floor (the ceremony) and then moved down to the main floor for the reception. There is LOTS of bright light coming through and it is a really classy place. Love it! The only thing is that if you wanted a dance floor you may not have much space. But it was great for the wedding of around 100 people. Wasn't too big!
Extremely great teachers. Unfortunately their service desk really ruins the entire experience. Nothing but terrible service and late responses and callbacks. They should get the customer facing process overhauled. Everyone I speak to about this agrees strongly!!!
Visiting this location as a non musician, one cannot help but be impressed with the sound quality in the concert hall, the eye teasing architecture ( are we outside or inside), the beautiful Instruments on display on the first two floors and the statue of Franz Liszt welcoming you on the main floor.
The RCM exminations give a very unethical service to people who cannot attend exams for medical reasons or other emergencies. They charge abusive fees that other music schools do not charge and they do not try to help the students. They are clearly trying to take advantage of people's misfortunes. If you are in Montreal, it is best to take your examinations at Vincent d'Indy, Verdun or other music schools, that are more human, ethical and respectful.
Beautiful conference facility with en excellent main auditorium. Washrooms were poorly placed as none exist on the main auditorium level and thus require a trip upstairs or down.