The Burlington Performing Arts Centre is now accepting nominations for its 2023 Hall of Fame Inductee. Established in 2013, The Burlington Performing Arts Centre’s Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the performing arts in Burlington. Recipients of this award demonstrate the diversity of artistic accomplishment that comprises the rich cultural tapestry of the City of Burlington. The 2023 Hall of Fame Inductee will be announced at the 2023/2024 Season Launch event on May 31, 2023.
The Burlington Performing Arts Centre recognizes individuals and groups who contribute to Burlington’s reputation as a city with a strong, long-term commitment to the development of cultural excellence. Past Hall of Fame Inductees include Gordie Tapp (2013), Rainer Noack (2014), Lawrence Bonanno (2015), Stewart Laughton (2015), Bob Missen (2016), Burlington Teen Tour Band (2017), Helen Zdriluk (2018), Burlington Footnotes (2019), Hayley Verrall (2020), Gary DeGroote (2021) and Don Allan (2022).
Nominations for the 2023 Hall of Fame Inductee must be submitted to the committee by noon on Monday, April 25. The committee is comprised of a cross-section of Burlington arts community. BPAC staff and board members and their family members, are not eligible. The nomination form can be filled out on BPAC’s website at: www.burlingtonpac.ca/hall-of-fame.
The Burlington Performing Arts Centre is a spectacular LEED (Leadership in Environmental Design) GOLD certified facility. The Centre is inclusive and respectful to all, combining accessibility with imaginative design and creativity, incorporating accessibility features wherever possible. The mission of The Burlington Performing Arts Centre is to provide the people of Burlington with a broad range of excellent performance opportunities that will both inspire and delight.