Practical Information

On this page, you will find information about concert halls, transportation and accommodation as well as all the information you need to prepare your festival visit.

If you do not find the information you are looking for here, do not hesitate to contact us by filling in the contact form at the bottom of the page.

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Concert Halls

It is within the walls of the former Erskine and American church, restored and converted for the occasion into a concert hall, that the Bourgie Hall of the Museum of Fine Arts was built and inaugurated in 2011. When it was built, this 462-seat hall was designed to have a sound quality worthy of the high standards of today's most advanced concert halls.

1339 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, QC H3G 1G2, Canada

Inaugurated in 2011, the Maison symphonique is a classical music concert hall with exceptional acoustic qualities. The Maison symphonique can accommodate 2100 spectators, all of whom benefit from perfect visibility and high-quality sound.

1600 Saint-Urbain Street, Montréal (QC), H2X 0S1

Launched in 2019 as part of the Festival Bach Montréal, the Off-Festival Bach offers a completely free series of recitals and events. Located in a 3,000-square-foot space in downtown Montreal, this initiative was conceived with the intention of creating a unique, contemporary and welcoming environment to make classical music accessible to a wide audience.

3487 Saint Laurent Boulevard, Montréal, Montreal, QC H2X 2T6, Canada

Begun in 1904, the construction of Saint Joseph's Oratory on the western flank of Mount Royal was not completed until 30 years later. Today, Saint Joseph's Oratory is one of the most popular pilgrimage sites in the world, but also a major cultural centre in Montreal.

3800 Queen Mary Road, Montreal (QC), H3V 1H6

Located in the heart of Quebec City, Palais Montcalm plays a key role in the social, artistic and cultural life of its residents. Built in 1932, major renovations were carried out in 2007, making it an exceptional venue for classical music concerts. Palais Montcalm houses a concert hall specially designed for classical music. Designed to plunge the audience into the heart of a cello, the hall is made entirely of wood and the back of the stage is designed in the shape of an arc (like the resonance box of a cello). The materials and the volume of the Raoul-Jobin hall give it an exceptional acoustic.

Palais Montcalm - Maison de la musique, Rue D'Youville, Québec, QC, Canada

A few steps from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts on Sherbrooke Street, this Presbyterian church, built in 1932, is one of the most important institutions of the Scottish community in Montreal. For several years now, the church has hosted numerous concerts as part of Festival Bach Montréal, including the not-to-be-missed Night of Choirs.

3415 Rue Redpath, Montréal, QC, Canada

Amorcée en 1904, la construction de l’Oratoire Saint-Joseph sur le flanc ouest du Mont-Royal ne fut achevée que 30 ans plus tard. Aujourd’hui, l’Oratoire Saint-Joseph est un des lieux de pèlerinage les plus fréquentés au monde mais aussi un lieu de création et de diffusion culturelle majeur à Montréal.

3800 Chemin Queen Mary, Montreal, QC H3V 1H6, Canada

1001 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal, Montréal, QC, Canada

faq

Online, on our website.
By telephone, at 438 380-4888, Monday to Friday between 10am and 5pm.

We only accept payment by credit card (Visa, Mastercard or American Express) for online or telephone purchases.

There are two options for collecting your tickets:
- By e-mail, in electronic format.
- By mail, a $3 delivery fee applies
- At the door on the night of the concert.

Some churches are not accessible to people with reduced mobility. Please call the Box Office at 438 380-4888 to verify accessibility and for any ticket purchase for those with reduced mobility so that we can ensure an appropriate seat reservation.

Please contact us if you have lost your ticket. After verifying your purchase, we will send you a replacement.

Due to the current situation, we have relaxed our exchange and refund conditions this year. If the concert halls are closed, it will be possible to get your tickets refunded. To do so, please call the Box Office at 438 380-4888.

In the event that Festival Bach Montréal is forced to cancel or modify its programming, we will inform you of the procedures to follow in order to either convert your ticket cost into a donation for Festival Bach Montréal, or to receive a full refund.

Festival Bach Montréal is committed to abiding by and putting into practice all the health rules and measures that have been issued by Public Health.

In order to ensure everyone’s safety, we ask you to not attend a concert if you develop symptoms of Covid-19.

Please contact the Festival Bach Montréal Box Office at 438 380-4888 to be issued a
refund.

In order to ensure everyone's safety, we ask you not to come to the concert if you have been in contact with a person diagnosed as a carrier of the virus or who is presenting symptoms similar to those of Covid-19.

Please contact the Festival Bach Montréal Box Office at 438 380-4888 to be issued a refund.

If a person begins to have symptoms during a Festival Bach Montréal event, they will be taken to an isolated room. We will take their contact information so that we can properly follow up with them after the fact, and inform other patrons should they test positive.

If you have tested positive for Covid-19 after attending a Festival Bach Montréal concert, please contact us immediately by telephone at 514 843-3414 or by email at info@festivalbachmontreal.com to let us know which concert you attended.

Ordinarily, concert halls or churches generally open 30 minutes to 1 hour before the concert begins.

However, due to the current situation and the importance of avoiding crowds, each concert hall and church where the Festival Bach Montréal concerts are taking place will have slightly different procedures for entering and leaving the hall, depending on the
space.

A reminder e-mail will be sent to you two days before the date of your concert to let you know the opening time of the specific venue and the entry and exit conditions.

Latecomers will only be admitted at a time deemed appropriate by staff members. They may also be required to sit in seats other than those indicated on their tickets so as not to disturb other patrons.

Online, on our website under "Boutique".

We use Canada Post for the delivery of merchandises. Delivery costs vary according to the weight and volume of the product shipped. Delivery costs will be indicated at the time of your order.

Yes ! You can pick up your purchase at 4030 Saint-Ambroise Street, Suite 336, Montreal (QC), H4C 2C7.
Please call 438 380-4888 to arrange a time to collect your purchase.

Delivery takes between 7 and 14 working days. Please note that due to the current situation, delivery times may be delayed.

No, delivery is not offered to other countries.

No returns are possible once the product has been purchased and shipped.

No refund is possible unless the product was damaged during delivery.

If you have any problems with your order, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at boutique@festivalbachmontreal.com.

we thank them for their support

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Sponsors

Principal Donors

Donors

Public Partners

Artistic Partners

Friends of the Festival

Jacques Desnoyers

Fondation Bernard Gauthier

Nadia Moretto

Paul Willox

Leslie Silver et Laurent Ferreira

Kaori Miyake

Roger Richmond-Smith

Alan & Roula Rossy Family Foundation

Volker Haarslev

Elizabeth Tomkins

Dov Zigler

Alexandra Heidemann

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4030, Saint-Ambroise, bureau 336
Montréal (QC), Canada
H4C 2C7

Box Office : 438-380-4888

Administration : 514-843-3414

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