Roy Thomson Hall is home to Toronto Symphony Orchestra and it is Canada’s first master of modern architecture. Inaugurated in 1982, the concert hall occupies an area of 20,000 m², holding 2,630 people. Currently the venue is one of the main stages for the Toronto International Film Festival, hosting many gala screening events every year.
Basically a concrete, steel, and glass structure, Roy Thomson Hall consumed 19,000 cubic meters of high quality architectural concrete, or about half as much as can be found in the CN Tower. And as impressive as its quantity was the quality of the finishing work both for inside and out.
Roy Thomson Hall