Pierre Bergé Auditorium

The auditorium is a wish fulfilled: advanced technology and striking architecture working together to create a vibrant hub for the museum. This space can adapt itself to the diverse needs of the musée YVES SAINT LAURENT marrakech. The designers have created a projection and performance space that is both sober and comfortable. The architecture combines modern and contemporary elements. One is immersed in the universe of Yves Saint Laurent through a state- of-the-art projection system.
Studio KO and Theatre Projects have drawn upon their well-known expertise to create a multifaceted space, one that is capable of transforming itself into a recital hall, venue for conferences or projection room.
Whether a classical music recital or a performance with amplified music is scheduled, the auditorium is able to adjust itself to the moment, by employing an acoustics system involving modular units.
An ergonomic approach was involved when designing the space, which is comfortable – including visually and acoustically – and where aesthetic elements and an extremely sophisticated technological system are in harmony. An eclectic programming is planned for the Pierre Bergé Auditorium, including lm projections, high definition live broadcasts in partnership with Frapod and L’Opéra de Paris, recitals, conferences and colloquiums. Musicians, speakers and spectators will all enjoy the highest quality sound and image in a striking environment.
“Even though the auditorium will be used, among other things, for lm projections, we were above all inspired by the ambiance of a concert hall. The idea of including balconies came to us when watching Luchino Visconti’s Senso. We also wanted the auditorium’s volume to be visible from the exterior of the building; the cantilevered form creates a striking incline within the hall, assuring that every spectator has a clear view of the stage or screen.” Studio KO

Seating capacity at the Pierre Bergé Auditorium : 150 places

Studio KO
Theatre Projects



le 25 mai 2018

The Morocco Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2017/2018 season, featuring masterpieces of classical music, continues in partnership with Les Jeudis de l’OPM (Thursday evening performances at the Pierre Bergé Auditorium).
Pieces for wind instruments are highlighted during the month of May, played by the orchestra’s prestigious wind quintet.


  • A. Reicha: Wind quintet No 1
  • P.I. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake (Dance of the Little Swans), The Nutcracker (March, Trepak dance)
  • J. Strauss: Annen-Polka.
  • M. Ravel: Pavane for a Dead Princess
  • E. Grieg: Arabian Dance
  • G. Rossini: The Barber of Seville – Overture
  • T. Albinoni: Adagio
  • F. Schubert: March Fantasia No 1
  • G. Faure: Pavane
  • A. Sullivan: Overture to Cox and Box

The quintet musicians:

  • Abdessamad El Azrak, flute
  • Adil Loissam, clarinette in C
  • Ayoub Sarhrout, horn
  • Abdelali Zakaria, clarinette in B flat
  • Mohammed Samari, bassoon


« Conversations autour de l’Art » Conférence de Jean-Claude Casadesus

Dans le cadre des « Conversations autour de l’Art », “Les Amis de la Fondation Jardin Majorelle” présentent une conférence de Jean-Claude Casadesus, chef d’orchestre et écrivain, sur le thème “La Musique : une thérapie de l’âme” enregistrée à l’Auditorium Pierre Bergé du musée YVES SAINT LAURENT marrakech.

Créée en 2017, les « Amis de la Fondation Jardin Majorelle », association à but non lucratif de droit marocain, réunit les amoureux du Maroc et les amateurs d’art autour de la mode, des traditions berbères, de la botanique, de la musique, du théâtre, du cinéma et de la littérature pour contribuer au développement et au rayonnement de la Fondation. Les cotisations et les donations des membres permettent de soutenir les activités culturelles, projets éducatifs et œuvres caritatives du Jardin Majorelle, du Musée Pierre Bergé des Arts Berbères et du musée YVES SAINT LAURENT marrakech.

Podcast enregistré à l’Auditorium Pierre Bergé du mYSLm.

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