Bourgie Hall - Montreal Museum of fine arts
- Quartier du musée
A unique setting
Bourgie Hall, part of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, is a concert hall located in the former Erskine and American Church, a heritage building designed by the architect Alexander Cowper Hutchison in the Roman Revival style, in 1894. Designated a historic place of national interest in 1998, this transformed building now boasts outstanding acoustics and exceptional décor that includes 20 historical stained-glass windows by Tiffany.
Perfectly suited to the requirements of chamber music ensembles and other groups, such as string orchestras, Bourgie Hall offers music lovers experiences that reflect the MMFA’s encyclopaedic diversity.