REPORTING FROM NEW YORK —Montreal will be getting a new performing arts center this September. Final plans and renderings for the $259-million, 1,900-seat Montreal Symphony Hall were unveiled at the Quebec Consulate here in a small ceremony that included the province’s Delegate General John Parisella.

The new performing arts center is part of a public-private partnership between the Provincial Government of Quebec and Groupe Immobilier Ovation, a limited partnership owned by...


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