We went here for a concert that was part of Holocaust remembrance week. The works performed were by composers who were victims of Nazism as well as a few who were POWs. It was a fine concert, and included a welcome opportunity to hear the cantor of Holy Blossom, Benjamin Maissner, just before his retirement, as well as to see the attractive interior of the synagogue, built in the later 1930s in the Romanesque Revival style, in what was then at the northern edge of Toronto. Acoustically the building is good. Definitely worth a visit, which you should follow (or precede) by reading Irving Abella's short history of Holy Blossom, available on the synagogue website.