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Plan Your Visit
  • Restaurant Packages

    Signatures (InterContinental Toronto Yorkville) Concert and Cuisine Dinner Package:

    Dinner for two at Signatures (prix fixe pre-concert menu) and two concert tickets

    Kimpton Saint George Dinner Package:

    Dinner for two at Kimpton Saint George (prix fixe pre-concert menu) and two concert tickets

    The Duke of York Concert Dinner Package:

    Dinner for two at The Duke of York (prix fixe pre-concert menu) and two concert tickets

    Morton's Steakhouse Dinner Package:

    Dinner for two at Morton's Steakhouse (prix fixe pre-concert menu) and two concert tickets

    Reserve a Concert Package today by calling: 416.408.2824 x584 or email [email protected]

    PLEASE NOTE: Prices include all order charges, gratuities, DMF, and HST.
    Packages are valid for Royal Conservatory presented performances only.
    Independent presentations are not eligible.

  • Hotel Packages

    InterContinental Toronto Yorkville Sounds of the City:

    One night accommodation and two concert tickets

    InterContinental Toronto Yorkville Premiere Performance Package:

    One night accommodation, dinner for two at Signatures (prix fixe pre-concert menu), two concert tickets

    Intercontinental Toronto Yorkville: 220 Bloor Street West, Toronto


    Kimpton Saint George Hotel

    One night accommodation and two concert tickets

    One night accommodation, dinner for two (prix fixe pre-concert menu), two concert tickets

    Kimpton Saint George Hotel: 280 Bloor Street West, Toronto


    Reserve a Concert Package today by calling: 416.408.2824 x584 or email [email protected]

    PLEASE NOTE: Prices include all order charges, gratuities, DMF, and HST.
    Packages are valid for Royal Conservatory presented performances only.
    Independent presentations are not eligible.

  • Museum Packages


    Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)

    2 Adult Museum Passes and 2 Concert Tickets: $203
    The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is Canada’s largest museum of natural history and world culture. From dinosaurs to Ancient Egypt to the history of Canada, the ROM invites you to discover the Museum’s remarkable collections of art, culture and nature through fascinating exhibitions, lectures, group tours, and events.

    100 Queen’s Park (Main Entrance on Bloor Street West), Toronto

    Gardiner Museum

    2 Adult Museum Passes and 2 Concert Tickets: $184
    The Gardiner Museum is Canada’s national ceramics museum, and one of the world’s great specialty museums, presenting special exhibitions, events, lectures, and drop-in open clay classes to complement its permanent collection galleries.

    111 Queen’s Park, Toronto

    Bata Shoe Museum

    2 Adult Museum Passes and 2 Concert Tickets: $176
    With an international collection of over 13,000 shoes and related artefacts, the Bata Shoe Museum celebrates 4,500 years of footwear history. In addition to the semi-permanent exhibition, All About Shoes, the Museum has three rotating galleries, ensuring that each visit offers a new experience.

    327 Bloor St. West, Toronto

RCM Tickets is your original source for tickets to concerts at Koerner Hall

Tickets obtained from any other source other than The Royal Conservatory or their authorized agents may be counterfeit, and such tickets cannot be guaranteed to be valid for admission.


Arrival at the venue 

We recommend that you arrive at the building at least 15 minutes prior to show time. You may enter the building at the box office entrance, the Philosophers Walk entrance or the Ihnatowytz Hall entrance. Koerner Hall and Mazzoleni Hall are located on floor 1; Temerty Theatre is located on Floor 2. If you require assistance please refer to our accessible building information under the Accessibility tab, or contact the box office at 416.408.0208.


Food and beverage

Our concessions bars offer beverages and light snacks during intermission and postlude performances. Concessions are cash or voucher only. You can purchase vouchers here. There are no ATMs on premises, but there are some across the street. No food or beverages are permitted in the auditorium. b espresso café is located in the atrium at the TELUS Centre. For a list of area restaurants please click here.


Late arrivals

In the interest of safety and for the comfort of all patrons, latecomers will be seated at RCM’s sole discretion. Once a performance has begun, an usher will seat you at a suitable break as determined by the house manager and/or artist. Due to the nature of some concerts, late arrivals may not be able to sit in their ticketed seats, or be admitted at all.


Cameras and video recorders

Cameras and video recording devices, including smart phones and iPads, are not permitted during performances.


Cell phones and electronic devices

As a courtesy to the artists and your fellow patrons please turn off your mobile devices, and all other audible electronic devices before the concert begins. Please refrain from using any and all social media during the performance. We encourage the use of social media before, during intermission, and following the performance.



Children under 5 years of age will not be admitted into Koerner Hall concerts.


Dress and grooming

There is no dress code. As a courtesy to others, we ask that you please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, and other scented personal products to performances.



Ticket holder must comply with RCM House Policies. Failure to comply with these rules may result in expulsion or non-admittance at RCM’s discretion.


Rush Tickets

A limited number of $15 Rush Tickets are available starting 3 hours before all performances presented by The Royal Conservatory.
Rush Tickets are limited to one ticket per person. Seat locations are assigned at the discretion of the box office and locations may vary. Rush Tickets are available by phone only, on a first-come first-served basis.


Conditions of ticket sale

All sales are final. There are no exchanges, refunds, or cancellations unless noted otherwise at time of purchase. All ticket prices include HST and service charge. Unauthorized resale of tickets is prohibited. The Royal Conservatory is not responsible for tickets purchased through any unauthorized sales channel, and such tickets will not be honoured. Performers, dates, and other details are subject to change without notice. The Conservatory reserves the right to refund the purchase price and refuse admission or expel from the premises without refund any person whose presence or conduct is deemed objectionable. Tickets are only valid for the performance and seat for which it was issued. Ticketholder acknowledges and agrees to assume all risks incidental to any performance for which the ticket was issued, whether occurring before, during or after such performance. Due to the nature of live performances, it is not possible to predict when technical difficulties may occur. Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket for admission to all seating areas. 

Welcome to the Royal Conservatory’s TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning

At The Royal Conservatory of Music, we strive to build a culture of inclusiveness by ensuring that our venues, programs, services and communications are accessible to people of all abilities. We are committed to working with our community to continue to remove barriers and make improvements for accessibility on an on-going basis at The Conservatory.

The Royal Conservatory’s TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning is located at 273 Bloor Street West (at Avenue Road) in Toronto.  It includes Koerner Hall, Mazzoleni Concert Hall, Temerty Theatre and b espresso bar.

Documents and policies under the Customer Service Standard are available to the public by requesting them by email or by phoning 416-408-0208.

When arriving by car, there is a drop off area in front of the TELUS Centre on Bloor Street, with curb ramps.
If you have an Access Parking Sticker, there is a “No Parking” zone in front of the venue, although space is limited. Additional parking is available across the street in the Bedford Green P parking lot.

Accessible features of our building

The TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning has been designed to be accessible to people accompanied by small children and people with disabilities.

Two of the building's three entrances are accessible by people using mobility devices (example – a wheelchair, scooter, or walker) and strollers:

• the Bloor Street entrance on the west side of the building (Tim and Frances Price Wing)
• the Philosopher’s Walk entrance on the east side of the building

Two elevators provide convenient access to all areas of the building.

The south passenger elevator is accessed from the orchestra lobby or student lounge and can take patrons to the lower or upper levels of the Leslie & Anna Dan Gallerias. Alternatively, the west passenger elevator is located by the box office, and between the concourse (C) level and level 5.
Signage will be posted in the event that one of the elevators is unavailable and patrons will be directed to use the second functioning elevator.

The main public washroom is fully accessible and located on the ground level, opposite from b espresso bar. Other washrooms are located on the concourse, level 2, 3, 4, and 5. (These washrooms do not have an access button; however, please ask our staff to assist you in opening the door.) In addition to standard hand dryers and paper towel dispenses, there are always additional paper towels available on the sink counter. Please contact security if supplies need to be replenished.

The Weston Family Box Office
A low ticket counter makes it easier for persons who use mobility devices (example – a wheelchair, scooter, or walker) to communicate with our customer service agents and view brochures.

Performance Spaces

Koerner Hall
The patron seating can accommodate 9 persons seated in wheelchairs or using other mobility devices (scooters, walkers). In Koerner Hall accessible seating locations, patrons can remain in their mobility device or transfer to theater seats. Patrons who cannot, or do not wish to transfer to a theatre seat, should request accessible seat locations when ordering tickets.

Folding arm rests are available in orchestra level row A and B both aisle seats and Lower Balcony, Row E both aisle seats. 

Mazzoleni Concert Hall in Ihnatowycz Hall
The patron seating can accommodate 2 persons seated in wheelchairs or using other mobility devices in the first row.

Temerty Theatre
This venue has flexible seating and can accommodate unlimited persons seated in wheelchairs or using mobility devices, up to capacity.

Accessible Features at Events

Quiet Room in Koerner Hall 
A quiet room in Koerner Hall, separated from the audience, for people with sensory considerations, those on the autism spectrum, ADD/ADAHD, or a learning disability is available to patrons upon request. Concerts are watched through a glass window, with controllable volume. Please contact the box office for more information and availability.

Support person ticket discounts
A discount is extended to any support person whose assistance is required in order for the patron to attend an event. The cost for a Support Person ticket is always half the price of a regular ticket and is subject to all fees. This discount applies to Royal Conservatory presented concerts, and select independent presentations. Please inquire at the box office for more information, pricing and availability.

Assistive listening devices 
Listening devices are available on loan, with no charge, for any Koerner Hall presentation. To request an assistive listening device, please email our box office or ask one of our ushers upon arrival.

Mobility Assistive Devices
Royal Conservatory ushers will check mobility assistive devices at the back of the theatre, when patrons reach their seats and will return them upon request, or during breaks in the performance and at end the performance.

Courtesy wheelchairs
For patrons who require assistance travelling within the building, (please note: for those patrons with mobility limitations, it is a fair walking distance from the box office to your seat), we offer wheelchairs on loan which are subject to availability. Patrons who know in advance that they would like to reserve a wheelchair for their concert-going visit can either email or call the box office, prior to the event. When you arrive, please come to the box office and our staff will be happy to bring a wheelchair to you and provide entrance to seat service, when requested. Because of liability issues, Royal Conservatory staff can not accompany patrons outside of the building.

Service animals
Accredited service Animals are welcome; please advise the box office when ordering your tickets to ensure a suitable seat is reserved.

Large print programs are available on request for patrons with vision loss.

Food and Beverage
For barrier free food and beverage service, Royal Conservatory food and beverage personnel will make an effort to approach persons using mobility devices to place their orders.  Please let our staff know if assistance is required.

We encourage a scent free environment at the TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning.
For questions about The Royal Conservatory’s accessibility, more information about your accommodation needs, or if you would like to offer feedback, please contact us at 416-408-0208 or click here for our feedback form.

Pre-concert Talks

Many Koerner Hall performances throughout the concert season are preceded by a pre-concert talk with Rick Phillips, various artists, or an expert from The Royal Conservatory of Music.


Postlude Performances

After many Koerner Hall performances, you are invited to enjoy a cocktail, socialize, and hear more wonderful music in the Leslie & Anna Dan Galleria, located directly outside of Koerner Hall. Featuring the best local and emerging artists in Toronto!


Music Appreciation Courses

Deepen your understanding and enjoyment of music across genres and historical periods. Choose from a range of daytime or evening classes and join a growing community of music appreciators!

For more information, click here.


Public Master Classes

Everyone is welcome to listen and learn as international master musicians instruct students of The Glenn Gould School and The Phil and Eli Taylor Performance Academy for Young Artists in free public master classes. More than 60 master classes are presented each season.

For more information, click here or email [email protected].


The Glenn Gould School Student Recitals

Hear the next generation’s great musicians in intimate recitals! More than 100 recitals are presented by students of the School throughout the academic year in Mazzoleni Concert Hall and the Conservatory Theatre.

For more information, click here

The Royal Conservatory’s Toronto home is the technologically superb TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning. This stunning building represents a vibrant cultural destination and a wonderful resource, transforming The Conservatory into the heart of creative education for the nation.

The 200,000-square-foot TELUS Centre houses a stunning array of learning and performance spaces, including 77 practice and teaching studios, the Rupert Edwards Library, the Wilmot and Judy Matthews Family Centre for Integrative Education, the Gerard Dekker Institute for New Programs Development, the Milton E. Harris Centre, a music technology lab, and the Michael and Sonja Koerner Early Music Instrument Collection. A glass-enclosed central atrium provides an architecturally stimulating and relaxed space where students, faculty, and staff meet informally to exchange ideas. 

There are many wonderful and easily accessible restaurants, cafes, hotels and museums within two or three blocks of The Royal Conservatory.

If you're planning on attending any of our Royal Conservatory concerts, consider a Concert Package from one of our Partners. Visit the Concert Packages tab for more information.

  • Restaurants

    b espresso bar at The Royal Conservatory

    Located in the Atrium of The Royal Conservatory’s TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning, b espresso bar offers fresh in-house baked goods, artisan hand-crafted desserts from some of the city's most talented bakers, breakfast sandwiches, panini, wraps, soups, and salads. We use the finest of 100% Arabica coffee beans, imported monthly from Italy, in all our coffee-based beverages.

    273 Bloor Street West,


    Duke of York

    A beautiful garden patio, two distinct bar areas across two floors, plus all the people who will make your experience unforgettable. There’s good reason the Duke of York has been keeping the good times going for 40 years in the Annex. Add to that our huge selection of wine, beer and spirits, and our ample menu of classic pub fare, and you’ve just found your perfect home away from home.

    39 Prince Arthur Ave. 416.964.2441,


    Signatures Restaurant at the InterContinental Toronto Yorkville

    Toronto's own multicultural neighbourhoods inspire the seasonally changing menu in our award-winning Signatures Restaurant. Chef Christopher Perera's culinary artistry can be sampled in the main dining room or the bistro-style lower level. To complement the cultural influence in our cuisine, unique photographs of Toronto's landmark neighbourhoods decorate the walls of our restaurant. Take advantage of prix-fixe meals during our participation in Summerlicious promotions from the best restaurants in Toronto.

    220 Bloor Street West. 416-324-5885,

  • Accommodation

    InterContinental Toronto Yorkville

    Stylish and sleek, yet exceedingly warm, the InterContinental Toronto Yorkville offers an intimate pied-à-terre in the city. Savour award-winning cuisine and stylish ambience in the InterContinental Hotel’s restaurants and lounges. Pamper yourself with a rejuvenating private massage delivered by a registered therapist, visit the rooftop fitness centre, or escape to the penthouse-level lap pool.

    220 Bloor Street (directly across the street from The Royal Conservatory)

    Check out our InterContinental Hotel + show packages by clicking the Concert Packages tab.

    Kimpton Saint George Hotel

    Sitting pretty on Bloor Street in the indie-cool-meets-approachable-luxury Annex neighbourhood, Kimpton Saint George’s refined bohemian spirit reflects its surroundings. Design details - natural materials, rich textures and irreverent artwork - create a sense of sophistication with a little edge. The atmosphere is intimate and intriguing, inviting you to explore the true Toronto, where a history of craftsmanship merges with an evolving identity as a dynamic modern hub.

    280 Bloor Street West, Toronto

    Check out our Kimpton Saint George Hotel + show packages by clicking the Concert Packages tab.

  • Attractions and Shopping

    Royal Ontario Museum

    Located right next door to The Royal Conservatory, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is among the world’s leading museums of natural history and world cultures. Purchase your ROM admission tickets online and save up to 30% off * regular rates. Enjoy one of Toronto's best family destinations - for less! Visit, order tickets and use the promo code PERFORMANCE. Print your tickets and just walk right in.

    100 Queen’s Park (entrance is on Bloor Street), 416-586-8000, 
    *Discount valid for advance online ticket purchase only.


    Bata Shoe Museum

    Discover the treasures of North America 's charming shoe museum. Hundreds of shoes (from a collection numbering over 10,000) are on exhibit in architect Raymond Moriyama's award-winning four-storey structure. The museum celebrates the style and function of footwear in four impressive galleries. Footwear on display ranges from Chinese bound foot shoes and ancient Egyptian sandals to chestnut-crushing clogs and glamorous platforms.

    327 Bloor Street West, 416.979.7799,


    Gardiner Museum

    The Gardiner Museum offers an intimate look at one of the world’s oldest and most universal forms of art and material culture: ceramics. Complemented by special exhibitions, the collection exceeds 3,000 historical and contemporary pieces and spans continents and time, giving you an extraordinary glimpse into the development of the ceramic process, decoration, and shape. Located across from the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto’s charming Yorkville district, the Gardiner has undergone a major expansion of its gallery and studio spaces. It remains one of the city’s finest examples of modernist architecture.

    111 Queen’s Park, 416.586.8080,


    Yorkville Area

    Cross over into the world of Bloor-Yorkville - the ultimate fusion of historic charm and modern seduction. Toronto 's most celebrated neighbourhood of style and culture offers a unique blend of designer boutiques, fashionable restaurants, plush hotels, and leading galleries... 700 in all!


    Annex Area

    The Bloor-Annex area is a vibrant and colourful community in the heart of Toronto. Discover many wonderful shops, services, and restaurants from all over the globe. The area is located on Bloor Street West with two main intersections, Bathurst and Spadina, both easily accessible by the Bloor-Danforth TTC subway.