Massey Hall

Massey Hall, one of Canada’s most revered cultural institutions and a designated National Historic Site, is undergoing the most extensive renovation in its history to restore and renew both the interior and exterior of the hall. When music fans return to the Grand Old Lady of Shuter Street, they will revel in its sense of history and signature acoustic warmth while enjoying the modern appointments and comforts that have historically proved elusive.

Entering the newly dedicated Allan Slaight Auditorium, audiences will bask in the glow from over 100 meticulously restored original stained glass windows and marvel at the intricate plaster ceiling details not seen for generations. A versatile seating system on the main floor allows for deep musical connections in its traditional seated configuration and gets the audience on its feet for high energy shows when the seats are stored beneath the stage. With turn-key recording and broadcasting capabilities, the magic of Massey Hall will reach audiences around the world.

When complete, Massey Hall will be the crown jewel in Allied Music Centre’s collection of four performance venues.

Architectural Photographs of the Massey Hall Revitalization

Stained Glass Restoration Photographs

Renderings of Massey Hall