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The Royal Conservatory's Koerner Hall at Toronto
The Royal Conservatory's Koerner Hall
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Koerner Hall: Music and Concert Venue 

The Royal Conservatory of Toronto is highly regarded as one of the world's best music education institutions.  One of the greatest music venues in Toronto is housed within the conservatory, Koerner Hall. Canadians and tourists come to this impressive shoebox destination to take in concerts ranging from classical music to world music, jazz and pop. The hall's glass lobby invites its guests to look out and explore Toronto's city views as they enter and leave.  With its majestic acoustics, high ceiling and elaborate classical décor, this popular music venue also lends itself to host lectures, films and conferences year round. Its curved oak and lush balcony fronts set the ambiance for its acoustic shows.


Prices -

Vary per event


  • Monday to Friday: 10 am - 6 pm
  • Saturday: 12 pm - 6 pm
  • Sunday & Holidays: Open three hours prior to a performance
On performance evenings, the box office and phone lines will remain open until the performance begins.


  • Season Gala
  • Sounds of Ukraine - The Kyiv Chamber Choir
  • Tito Muñoz conducts the Royal Conservatory Orchestra


  • Concerts
  • Lectures
  • Films


  • Do they offer any promotions on group ticket purchases?

    Yes, it is typical for tour groups, schools and corporate groups alike to receive 10-15% off regular ticket prices. Simply contact the Special Orders Coordinator for more info.
  • How can I reach Koerner Hall through public transit?

    Getting to Koerner Hall is a breeze with the TTC subway. Take the subway to St. George Station (Bloor-Danforth line), and exit South. Cross the street to the south side of Bloor Street, turn left, walk east only a few steps, and you will reach ROM.

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