We are pleased to learn that the “Les Grands Moulins de Villancourt” project, the subject of the architectural competition won by the architectural firm Cardin Julien in collaboration with ARCANE Architectes and Go multimedia, is finally coming to life.
You can, by consulting the link below, find the images of the competition on the website of the architecture firm Cardin Julien.
Credit photo : Cardin Julien
Link to the website of Cardinjulien
The official opening night of the Théâtre Gilles-Vigneault took place on Thursday, January 18 in the presence of dignitaries, partners, collaborators, artists and subscribers of Diffusion En Scène… The report of the evening by following the link below :
Link to the website theatregillesvigneault.com
The largest performance venue in the Laurentians, Théâtre Gilles-Vigneault in Saint-Jérôme, will welcome its first visitors next Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during open house days.
For the occasion, the public will be invited to admire Théâtre Gilles-Vigneault in all its splendour and to appropriate this new venue dedicated to all performing arts disciplines. In a funfair atmosphere, the population is invited to a special event to celebrate the opening of this state-of-the-art cultural complex with 860 seats spread over a lawn, a mezzanine and a balcony…. (The Initiative.ca)
Read the full article in french on the website of the newspaper L’initiative
« …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.
Read the full article on the NordInfo website
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
Read the article on Radio-Canada website