Event Venues

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

Property Location at 123 Queen Street West

The Sheraton Hotel is the headquarters for the Festival. Perfectly located downtown and walking distance to many Festival venues, the Sheraton will host the marketplace, galleries, and events.

With a stay at Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, you’ll be centrally located in Toronto.

Steps from Osgoode Hall and Nathan Phillips Square, this 4-star hotel is close to Canadian Broadcasting Centre and CN Tower.

Toronto Metropolitan University’s Mattamy Athletic Centre

50 Carlton St, Toronto, ON M5B 1J2

Roy Thomson Hall

60 Simcoe St, Toronto, ON M5J 2H5

Roy Thomson hall is of the central concert venues in Toronto and the home to Toronto Symphony Orchestra. This will be the venue for our mass choir concert. We are very proud and delighted to welcome more than 900 singers in this beautiful acoustic hall. Roy Thomson Hall has a special acoustic and is very suited for choral and orchestra music. In addition to choir and orchestra, we will hear the famous Gabriel Kney Pipe organ.

St. Andrew’s Church

73 Simcoe St, Toronto, ON M5J 1W9

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian church on Simcoe is one of the oldest churches in the city. It was built in 1876. The church is located right next to Roy Thomson Hall, and has been for years a significant musical venue for the city. The church hall has a spectacular Bösendorfer piano.

Most of the music events of our festival will take place at St. Andrew’s: Choral Masterclass, Sacred Music concert, Guest Choir “Aura” concert, and “Journey with Classics”, in which you will hear the Latvian opera diva Maija Kovaļevska, pianist Rūdolfs Ozoliņš and composer Raimonds Tiguls.

Innis College Town Hall

2 Sussex Ave, Toronto, ON M5S 1J5

This University of Toronto state-of-the-art venue features 200 plush seats and a 4.9 m x 10.58 m screen.  “Vairāk kā deja / More than a dance”  film will be shown here on Friday and Saturday during the Festival.

Bluma Appel Theatre

Bluma Appel Theatre

27 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1B4

With 868 seats and a classic proscenium stage, the Bluma Appel Theatre is the ideal venue for large scale theatrical productions, award or fundraising galas, conferences, corporate meetings or product launches.

The Bluma Appel Theatre can accommodate the most demanding staging requirements as well as broadcast, recording, video conferencing and web casting.

The gorgeous Bluma Appel Theatre is located in the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, and has been home to many of Canada’s finest theatre companies, including Canadian Stage, Soulpepper Theatre and the Canadian Opera Company. Most notably, the theatre presented the world premiere of the Tony award-winning musical “Kiss of the Spiderwoman”.