The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts has succeeded in its goal to provide excellent sound and acoustics for performances involving ballet and opera. It history is embedded in Toronto starting back to the late 1800s to the point in 2006 when the architects created a separate building to showcase these performing arts. Great thought was put into making use of limited space with a limited amount of finances as dedicated by the economic and political climate in the late 1990’s and into the early 2000’s. The building draws the passerby in with its simple, modern look that highlights the community created within the space of the common areas. Its main entrance captures the interest of the community drawing the attention away from the necessary loading and functionary parts of any business. This building may not be a spectacular architectural design but it meet’s the needs of the performers and of the audiences making it a worthy place for the performing arts in Toronto.
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