Housing and Facilities

Paul-Lafleur Pavilion

This spacious, state-of-the-art student residence includes 30 double-occupancy rooms with 1 shared bathroom per 4 people. All rooms have a microwave oven and small refrigerator. It is also home to the Student Services office, the Media Library, a laundry room ($), a common area and four practice rooms each furnished with a piano.

Paul-Lafleur Pavillion - outside

Paul-Lafleur Pavillion - outside

Paul-Lafleur Pavillion - outside

Paul-Lafleur Pavillion - inside

Paul-Lafleur Pavillion - inside

Paul-Lafleur Pavillion - inside

Paul-Lafleur Pavillion - inside

Paul-Lafleur Pavillion - inside


The lodging studios

The Lodging Studios @ DFC are 30 one-bedroom apartments with kitchenette that house faculty members during the summer. The building also houses a laundry room ($) as well as five practice and conference rooms each furnished with a piano.

The lodging studios - outside

The lodging studios - outside

The lodging studios - inside

The lodging studios - inside

The lodging studios - inside

The lodging studios - inside

The lodging studios - inside


The dorms

This quaint historic building has been housing students since the Academy’s very first season. It can house up to 4 students in each of its 8 apartments, each with a gorgeous view of the St. Lawrence River. Recently renovated, each unit is equipped with a sink, microwave oven, small refrigerator, shower and toilet.

The dorms - outside

The dorms - inside


The Joseph-Rouleau Pavilion

One of the most important buildings on the premises, it houses the cafeteria (250-people capacity), a 2000 square-foot multifunctional room, an outdoor terrace for Sunday brunch and student concerts and 5 practice rooms each furnished with a piano.

The Joseph-Rouleau Pavillion - outside

The Joseph-Rouleau Pavillion - inside

The Joseph-Rouleau Pavillion - inside

The Joseph-Rouleau Pavillion - outside


The concert hall

The very concert hall that has received international praise by hundreds of artists and brought the DFCA experience to a whole new level. It is your turn to take centre stage for a masterclass or student concert.

The concert hall

The concert hall

The concert hall

The concert hall


Other sites

The St-Irénée church, the St-Irénée pier and DFCA’s outdoors stages are just a few examples of where you might get a chance to play thanks to the many student concert opportunities available during summer sessions.

St-Irénée - beach

The Joseph-Rouleau Pavillion

The Joseph-Rouleau Pavillion


Teaching rooms and pratice huts

Several classrooms are spread across the site. In addition, 30 small but private practice huts are at the students' complete disposal.

The Joseph-Rouleau Pavillion - multi room

Practice rooms - écurie

Practice rooms - les basilaires

Practice rooms - les studios

Practice rooms - huts

Sculpture garden and historic grounds

Domaine Forget de Charlevoix is home to 22 and counting monumental outdoor sculptures, many historic buildings and landmarks as well as over 3 kilometers of walking trails. Be sure to download the interactive map to get a sneak peek!

For desktop: download map here. 
For mobile: download map here.

 

Sculpture garden - Le chant des baleines

Domaine Forget International Festival

Walking trail - Lover's lane

Walking trail - The creek trail

Historic grounds

Historic grounds


Around domaine

Enjoy the beach that is literally a hop and a skip from DFCA. Or take a small trip to Baie-St-Paul to taste amazing ice cream and discover the Contemporary Art Museum. There is no shortage of attractions in beautiful Charlevoix, so be sure to check them out and make the most of your time here.

St-Irénée - beach

Train de Charlevoix

Musée maritime de Charlevoix

Parc national des Grands-Jardins

Alpagas Charlevoix

Katabatik

Croisières AML - whale watching cruise

Baie-St-Paul - beach

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