Live Performance sights in Toronto
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Landmark redbrick Massey Hall, festooned with fire escapes, was given to the city in 1894 by industrial baron Hart Massey. Orators, explorers and other famous faces (including Oscar Wilde, George Gershwin, Charlie Mingus and the Dalai Lama) have all appeared on its stage. The acoustics are superb, a fact not lost on occasional performers the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.