Went to the TSO in February with my kid. This was a first for the both of us. Initially, it was to give the kid some music appreciation, and the both of us ended up with some appreication of the TSO and music. We attended the Wall to Wall Percussion show; the kids educational program. We started off shaking out the winter cold with some hot chocolate, as there are beverage stations around the lobby of the TSO. We were also treated to a performance from the Toronto Youth Choir in the spaceous lobby. Afterwards, we went into the main concert hall for a fun-filled afternoon of music entertainment. Pretty much a good view from any seat. The sound quality of the hall is great. You might have to trade seats if you have a little one though, if the person in front is taller and blocks the view. The upper seats are steep, but not too steep to cause difficultly walking the stairs. Mezzane seats, which we had, are good, and should be better than uppers, but for the price difference, on hind-sight, not sure if I should have gone for floor seating. I was guessing floor seating might not have enough angle for a smaller person to see well enough. Dress code was hard to figure out. We were causual, but I saw everything from semi-formal to jeans, from dresses to track pants. I figured casual was OK for an afternoon show while more formal works for evening and special performances. We found some music in the gift shop and overall had a good time. Would go again.