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Our venues are amongst the best in the city, capable of hosting many different types of productions: from musicals to multi-media and interdisciplinary events, to classes and workshops.

Auditorium featuring few people on stage, few people sitting in the theatre, and a technical crew consulting papers and computer monitors

Concordia Theatre

The Concordia Theatre (formerly called the D.B. Clarke Theatre) is a fully-equipped 380-seat proscenium theatre, ideal for theatrical, musical and dance productions. It's home to the Department of Theatre, and has been the location for many local and international conferences.

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Quartet performing on Oscar Peterson stage: harpischord or period piano, cello, baroque flute and violin

Oscar Peterson Concert Hall

Named after the celebrated Montreal-born jazz pianist, the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall offers students the chance to see world-renowned music without having to leave their campus. The intimate, Japanese-inspired venue is a must-see not only for music students but also for all performing arts enthusiasts.

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Seating and screen in de Sève Cinema venue

J.A. de Sève Cinema

The de Sève Cinema is one of four cinemas at Concordia that support the university’s Film Studies program. The cinemas are also generally available to both the Concordia community and external clients.

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