« …as soon as the first notes of Vivre en ce pays (Robert Charlebois) fused, the text and the music came to our ears with such a clarity that we had the impression to sit in our living room with headphones on…» – www.nordinfo.com
This extract from the press article highlights the quality of Ste-Therese’s newest venue. The result of the combine contribution efforts between Odyscène, the architect firm L’Écuyer Lefaivre and GO multimédia on all scenographic, acoustical and architectural lighting aspects in addition to the exterior LED signage.
The Journal de Québec published a souvenir special to highlight the construction of this great project that is the Centre Vidéotron, a multifunctional amphitheater on the cutting edge of technology.
ABCP architectural firm’s Michel Veilleux underlined that no details were spared by the architects and consulted the best in the industry by partnering with Populous, WHJW and Montreal-based Go multimédia.
As for Sébastien Hallé, Director of the audiovisual department, compares his past experience with the old Colisée Pepsi and the new amphitheater: “Now we are completely in an HD world. My control room is marvelous!”
The Palais Montcalm opened its concert organ with great fanfare which now resonates in Quebec’s showroom.
Photo Credit: Philippe Gélinas
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10 years already since the opening of the Canadian Museum on the beaches of Normandy.
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On January 21, 2013, the second inauguration show of the National Bank Theatre reunited the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean Symphony Orchestra (46 musicians) and several renowned artists. The audience was brought to their knees throughout the show and recognized the undeniable work of all professionals in the renovation of the Dufour auditorium.
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“It’s all art venues in one place” Four storey architectural engineering (signed In Situ) and technology (signed GO Multimedia). An intelligent building that allows each multifunctional space (auditorium, exhibition room, video room, recording studio, production result, etc.) to communicate and ‘dialogue’ through an extensive digital network…
(Photo : Annik MH De Carufel – Le Devoir).
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