COC’s Four Seasons Centre To Open In June With Selecon Lighting

“Purpose-built” and “opera house” are not generally terms that go together, but in June 2006 the Canadian Opera Company will take up residence in their new permanent home in downtown Toronto, the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts. Credits for the Four Seasons Centre, the first of its type in Canada, go to Jack Diamond, pre-eminent architect from the award-winning Toronto-based firm Diamond and Schmitt Architects Incorporated, the design team includes Joshua Dachs from Fisher Dachs

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