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Located on Saint Urbain Street, the Maison symphonique de Montréal was built between 2009 and 2011 by Jack Diamond of the Diamond Schmitt Architects. With a seating capacity of 1900, the concert hall is known to host large scale cultural events. Home to prestigious musical ensembles like Metropolitan Orchestra and Les Violons du Roy, the Montreal Symphony House boasts of terrific acoustics and technical endowments that ensure a fantastic show.
This addition to the Place des Arts family is, fittingly, the complex's most technologically advanced. A fully modular floor plan features movable seats, an expandable stage and capacities ranging from 300 to more than 400. Though no company makes the Cinquieme Salle its permanent home, any given year might see dozens of dramatic, musical and dance performances; it provided a suitably intimate setting during the Just for Laughs festival for the infamous Puppetry of the Penis!
Eva B is a unique space which combines a vintage clothing shop, a cozy cafe and event spaces all in one building. Browse through eclectic collections of vintage apparel to give yourself a new look. Select the perfect costume for your part in a play, an office party or Halloween from their extensive selection. Sit at their cozy cafe and catch up with a friend over some coffee and light snacks. You can also come in for their regularly hosted events or host your own private party at their multipurpose event spaces.