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Toronto Symphony Orchestra

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is a leading Canadian orchestra. 200,000 people attend its live performances each year and it is often broadcast over CBC Radio 2. It was founded in 1922 and plays in the Roy Thomson Hall[?] which was renovated in 2002. It previously played in Massey Hall from 1923 to 1982. The orchestra produces recordings on the Finlandia label.

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