Canadian Opera House Corp
145 Queen W (at University)
Toronto, ON M5H 2N7
TTC: Osgoode Subway Station, on the Unversity line
The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts fills a city block bordered by University Avenue, Queen, Richmond and York streets. Designed by pre-eminent Toronto architect A.J. (Jack) Diamond of Diamond and Schmitt Architects Inc., the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts is a very unique opera house, combining the traditions of the great European opera houses with the latest advances in technology.
R. Fraser Elliott Hall
The main stage in the auditorium is used mainly for Canadian Opera Company and National Ballet of Canada productions. The five-tiered auditorium offers unparalleled acoustics and sightlines, a large, flexible orchestra pit, spacious backstage facilities and spectacular lobby spaces and lounges on many levels. The theatre seats 2,034 with an orchestra in pit, and 2,144 with the pit raised 2,144.
During opera/ballet season, booking availability is extremely limited, and costs $15,000 per day (plus taxes and all technical, box office and ancillary services)
Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre
The highly visible Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre is located on Ring 3 and is a focal point of the spectacular City Room, featuring a windowed wall along University Avenue with a breathtaking view of Toronto's ceremonial boulevard. This amphitheatre has a seated capacity: of 75 , and a cocktail capacity: of 150.
This venue is iIdeal for a wide range of small-scale presentations with audience, the space can be creatively configured to accommodate virtually any type of event. It is available rear-round for a daily rate of $5,000 (plus taxes and all technical and ancillary services)
Rental information: http://www.fourseasonscentre.ca/rental/rentalasp