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The Art Gallery of Ontario is the imaginative centre of the province, bringing together art and people under one roof. The inspired structure is a leading cultural destination and innovative partner in the celebration of visual and interactive art.

317 Dundas St. W.  |  416.979.6648
artmatters.ca (Photo by Jphilipg)

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Canadian Opera Company

Located in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district, The Canadian Opera Company is one of the largest producers of operatic theatre in the country and worldwide. The COC carries an international reputation for artistic excellence and creative innovation, all taking place on the Four Seasons Centre stage.

145 Queen St. W.  |  416.363.8231
coc.ca

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Mirvish Productions

Mirvish Productions is Canada’s largest theatrical producer. The company owns and operates four prestigious theatres in downtown Toronto – the Royal Alexandra, the Princess of Wales, the Ed Mirvish and the Panasonic. Attracting an annual audience of two million people, Mirvish Productions produces and presents an eclectic selection of some of the best theatrical shows from Broadway, London’s West End, and other major theatrical centres around the world.

284 King St. W.  |  416.593.0351
Mirvish.com

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ROM

One of the world’s leading museums of natural history and world cultures, the Royal Ontario Museum offers an inspiring breadth of experience to both visitors and scholars. Modern in design, the museum functions as a unique platform for worlds of information and insight to converge at.

100 Queens Park  |  416.586.8000
rom.on.ca

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Roy Thomson Hall

Reflective by day and transparent by night, Roy Thomson Hall is located in the heart of Toronto's Theatre District. Home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO), the curvilinear theatre is the premier venue for TIFF gala screenings and corporate events.

60 Simcoe St.  |  416.872.4255
roythomson.com

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The National Ballet

Established in 1951, it is the only Canadian ballet company to present a full range of traditional full length classics. The company’s repertoire includes works by the world’s most celebrated masters and also embraces contemporary works and encourages the creation of new ballets and the development of Canadian choreographers. Canada’s premier dance company has performed for over 10 million people and has toured both Canada and the globe.

470 Queens Quay W.  |  416.345.9686
national.ballet.ca  (Photo by Bruce Zinger)

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The National Ballet