Improved seating plan for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is a great organization, with excellent players and a bold programming. The TSO plays at Roy Thomson Hall, a modernist gem with great sight lines and decent sound.

TSO audiences, on the other hand, leave something to be desired. Every time I attend the symphony, I fear my brain is going to explode before the concert is over.

Here is a seating plan showing who you will be sharing a row with the next time you attend (click image to view large):

 

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4 responses to “Improved seating plan for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra

  1. Love it. But you forgot the section of people unwrapping cough drops, candies, and gum!

  2. Is the “Need the Toilet” section also accessible by the “Flatulent (Intentional and Unintentional)”?

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