About The Sony Centre




Sony Centre Details

Sony Center Image

“We are always on the lookout for the most exciting spectacles from our own backyard, and around the world, in order to represent the more than 200 cultures that co-exist in Toronto. Our mission is to unite the global citizens of Toronto through great artistic experiences.” - Dan Brambilla, CEO of the Sony Centre

Welcome to the Sony Centre, Canada’s largest soft seat theatre. The Sony Centre opened as the O’Keefe Centre on October 1, 1960, and has played host to a tremendous variety of international attractions and stars. The theatre, designated a historical site by the City of Toronto, recently underwent extensive renovations that restored the elegance and grandeur of the original O’Keefe Centre. Iconic features such as the theatre’s marquee canopy and York Wilson’s lobby mural “The Seven Lively Arts” were preserved. Restoration of the wood, brass and marble that were hallmarks of the original facility were undertaken, along with audience seating and flooring upgrades, new washrooms, and re-configured lobby spaces.

Audiences are invited to celebrate the Centre in a revitalized and re-invigorated facility in downtown Toronto - a nexus of arts, culture and technologies, where everyone is welcome.

 Biographies

 

       
  • For general enquiries about the Sony Centre, please contact:
  • Paige Mangialardi
  • 416 368 6161 x7142
  • paige@sonycentre.ca
  • For Media enquiries about the Sony Centre, please contact:
  • Carrie Sager, FLIP Publicity
  • 416 533 7710 x224
  • carrie@flip-publicity.com

 Auditorium ViewSony Centre StageSony Centre Main LobbyBalcony BarSony Centre's CanopySony Centre's entrance

News Releases

2014/15 Season

2013/14 Season


2012/13 Season


2011/12 Season

In the News

  • Dan Brambilla & Alfredo Romano. The Star, Oct 26, 2009  Download PDF
  • Dan Brambilla Discusses Renovations. The Star, Apr 6, 2010 Download PDF