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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An article in the press dated Saturday, March 3, 2012 in Le Devoir talking about the spectators enthusiasm for this venue, six months after it opened.
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The “wow” of admiration aroused by the discovery of Bourgie Hall’s inauguration last night, which we would have liked to push back to September 7, the opening of the Maison symphonique. We have waited for this, opening another location resulting from another type of public-private partnership between the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and patronage embodied by philanthropist Pierre Bourgie, on behalf his whole family.
Photo © Tom Arban – Courtesy of Provencher Roy + Associés Architectes