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Wine and music : Etna Rosso

Many wines grow in volcanic soils, but few can lay claim to growing on the slopes of an active volcano! Mount Etna’s inimitable red wine combines the elegance of a fine Burgundy with a special flair that is entirely its own, akin to the finesse and vigour of a Baroque concerto.

Wine and music : Malbec

Though it’s a transplant from France, Malbec rose to fame growing in the foothills of the Andes in Argentina. Big, brash, and unapologetic, there are few things that can stand up to this mighty wine - among them, grilled steak or Beethoven’s “Hammerklavier” sonata, though the wistful strains of a tango work quite nicely as well.


Wine and music : Grüner Veltliner

Zesty, refreshing, and crackling with energy, Grüner Veltliner is Austria’s gift to the world of white wine. Grüner pairs equally well with the easygoing melodies of the Viennese masters and the lively syncopations of Bartók and Erwin Schulhoff, though you can also enjoy it with seafood, pasta, or that great Viennese classic – schnitzel with a bit of Schubert on the side!


Fall at the Bourgie Hall

Bourgie Hall is back in full swing! To highlight the artists who will perform at Bourgie Hall this Fall 2020, we present a 100% local playlist featuring the music programmed over the course of the next few months.

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A 5 à 7 Bossa Nova

Relaxing, drink in hand, while listening to the vibrant and tuneful sounds of bossa nova : what a feeling! Bourgie Hall hasn’t been presenting its usual Jazz 5 à 7 series these days, which is why we’ve created a playlist perfect for continuing the tradition at home!

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Paris in the Days of Post-Impressionism

Whether you’re at home, at work, or on the bus, recreate the atmosphere of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ exhibition Paris in the Days of Post-Impressionism: Signac and the Indépendants with this playlist inspired by the sound world of Paris in the Belle Époque. Discover some of the 20th century’s most influential artists through the music of Fauré, Ravel, Poulenc, Boulanger and so many more.

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Paul Signac (1863-1935), Sainte-Anne (Saint-Tropez), 1903, oil on canvas. Private collection

Spring has Sprung!

While we may be confined to our homes, there are many ways to savour the longer days. We have created a playlist on the theme of spring, to accompany your walks outside in the sun or to be enjoyed inside on the rainy days.

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L'arbre en fleur by Achille Laugé

Baroque 100% Québec

Since it opened its doors, Bourgie Hall has supported the multitude of talented Quebec artists performing early music by presenting over twenty concerts of baroque music per season. While we await the return of this exalting music on stage, we are pleased to highlight these remarkable local ensembles in our playlist Baroque 100% Québec.

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