Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand

architecture + technical expertise

Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand

The Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand is gracefully integrated into the natural landscape of the Plains of Abraham, which were the scene of major battles between the British and French armies from 1759 to 1760. Located just a stone’s throw from the Musée national des beaux-arts de Québec, the bandstand was named after Edwin Bélanger (1910-2005), an exceptional violinist, conductor and composer who left his mark on Quebec City’s musical scene. On a site where city, nature and history intertwine, the pavilion is host to a series of musical events during the summer.

data sheet

lieu
Battlefields Park, Quebec City, Canada

année
1993

client
National Battlefields Commission, Plains of Abraham

programme
Bandstand

catégorie
Architecture, technical expertise

photographe
Léïc Godbout

Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand
Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand
Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand
Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand
Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand
Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand