"Roy Thomson Hall: A Portrait" traces the first 30 years of what
was initially known as New Massey Hall. Arthur Erickson's iconic
design quickly became a symbol of a vibrant city emerging on the
world stage. Home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the hall has
welcomed a range of acclaimed artists and lecturers, film
presentations, and corporate events. The authors provide a
background to the musical history of Toronto and an intimate
portrait of the hall's changes over the years. At the centre of
this story are the artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff who
have enriched and enlivened the hall since its opening in 1982.
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