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Went to Koerner Hall for the first time and saw the Hot Sardines concert. What a show. The sound quality was good, the venue itself was really nice, the wood interior inside and the modern glass outside the hall made the place feel modern but...More
We have attended many concerts at Koerner Hall and have thoroughly enjoyed every one. We live in Stratford and take the train into Toronto. The sound is really great no matter where you are seated. We attended Jazz Lives on Wednesday evening and the concert...More
We attended an all-Mozart concert in Koerner Hall this evening featuring the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. The TSO never sounded better, underlining once again the superiority of Koerner Hall's acoustics to those of Roy Thomson Hall.The highlight of the concert for us was the K.488 piano...More
I just had the opportunity to be in Koerner Hall for the second time to enjoy the wonderful Tafelmusik Orchestra and Choir.
The Orchestra was lead by their new Musical Director in, what
I would call, a soft opening, as she actually doesn't officially take...More
I go to concerts in Koerner Hall several times a year. The variety of performances is incredible. Every music lover will find a performance they like. Koerner Hall also introduced me to new music by bringing in musicians ,who are not necessarily household names. The...More
We saw Alex Cuba there April 7, 2017 and it was a very enjoyable show. There isn't a bad seat in the house and it is very clean. We were a little disappointed when we walked in and told the staff that it was pretty...More
We have been to Koerner on many occasions and find the ambiance and acrostics to be of the highest standard and a challenger to any hall in any country. When you hear a concert at Koerner you will be awed by the colour and warmth...More
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