"A HOME . . . FOR MUSIC IN CANADA!"
METRONOME: CANADA'S MUSIC CITY . . . is the award-winning initiative to create a home for music in Canada. The one-of-a-kind "music city" features the National Music Education Centre, the Festival of Nations, the Canadian Music Business Centre and M3-METRONOME MUSIC MUSEUM, an international cultural attraction showcasing Canada and its contributions to the world of music.
The design of METRONOME by Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg won the "Award of Excellence" from both the Ontario Association of Architects and Canadian Architect. The logo won the "Award of Excellence" from Applied Arts and the merchandise collection won the Promotional Products Association of Canada's "Crème de la Crème Award of Excellence".
"ONE GIANT STEP FOR CANADA . . .
ONE MONUMENTAL LEAP FOR TORONTO!"
The project won the City of Toronto's "Proposal Call" competition to reuse the Canada Malting silo complex on Toronto's waterfront. The project's founder won the 2003 Canada Day Achievement Award from the City of Toronto, the Outstanding Achievement Award for Voluntarism in Ontario 2003 and a 2005 Scroll of Recognition from Mayor David Miller and Toronto City Council.
Panasonic joined thousands of proud Canadians supporting the vision in 2002. Media Patrons from across Canada have donated $5.7 million in advertising space to share that vision. This website describes the heart of Canada's "music city" . . . M3-METRONOME MUSIC MUSEUM.