The city has just opened the doors of its new auditorium. Worthy of its past cultural history, this building is the home of the National Bordeaux Aquitaine Orchestra. In designing this new temple to classical music, the architect Michel Puétuaud-Létang has achieved an architectural feat in mixing classicism with modernity, all the while remaining influenced by the major European concert halls. Behind a façade that is perfectly integrated amongst the bourgeois buildings, the hall houses some 1,400 seats and the largest pit in Europe. Fuchsia and light wood seats energize the overall look. A beautiful exercise in style that reflects the discreet chic of Bordeaux.
9-13 Cours Georges Clemenceau