With the elegance and precision of a refined concerto, Roy Thomson Hall and Massey Hall embody the fine art of Toronto meetings. Combining historic charm and urban sophistication, the sister venues have carved their place in history as two of the city’s most prestigious landmarks. Roy Thomson Hall puts meeting delegates in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district, while nearby Massey Hall borders the same central neighbourhood.
Together, Canada’s leading concert and event venues boast some of the city’s most colourful meeting spaces. From the blended Moorish and Art Deco decors of historic Massey Hall, to the state-of-the-art surroundings of Roy Thomson Hall, inspirational meetings are all but assured.
Known for its speaking engagements featuring high-profile dignitaries and dazzling performances by world-renowned artists, the 2,753-seat auditorium at Massey Hall can accommodate large meetings, command performances and stage dinners for up to 120 guests. Centuries Bar & Lounge takes centre stage for more intimate private receptions.
Over the past 30 years, Roy Thomson Hall has become a coveted venue for a variety of events, from cocktail receptions and seated dinners, to product launches and intimate board meetings. The facility’s high-tech, 2,630-seat auditorium features two stage-level, high-definition screens, while the stage itself can comfortably accommodate cocktail receptions and seated dinners for up to 120 guests. Receptions held in the stunning lobbies of RTH provide the perfect segue into a memorable evening of dinner under the stars, served on the North Court Patio, with its landscaped reflecting pool and city skyline views.
The unique spaces and historic settings of Roy Thomson Hall and Massey Hall are complemented by the professional services of an in-house planning team and their cultivated relationships with the city’s finest caterers.