“The Ballet Sessions are a way of sharing our special province through art, and especially through movement.”
- Igor Dobrovolskiy, Choreographer
Born in Montreal, Stéphanie Audet trained at l’École supérieure de Ballet du Québec, performing in the Balanchine repertory and Swan Lake. Stéphanie’s performances with Atlantic Ballet Atlantique Canada have included the part of Simone “Mômone” Berteaut in the Company’s original production of Piaf by Igor Dobrovolskiy, Ghosts of Violence and Phantom of the Opera.
Emily Kennedy is a cellist and composer in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Passionate about new music, she has performed on concert stages across Eastern Canada and was the Emerging Musician in Residence at the University of New Brunswick. Emily is active in genre-crossing projects, collaborating with poets, textile artists, and dancers.
A world-class collection meets the tranquility of the Maritimes at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton – explore outstanding art and exhibitions from an international art collection featuring works by renowned and rising artists alike.
Add a little history to your art outing by catching the Changing of the Guard Ceremony in the Historic Garrison District, which is only a couple of blocks down from the gallery. For music, time your visit to align with the Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival. While you’re in town, make sure to go market hopping at Fredericton’s many markets and check out the city’s microbrew scene, which is second to none.
Nestled along the Saint John River, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery can be found at the heart of New Brunswick’s capital city of Fredericton. Here, tree-lined streets, riverside trails, and the winding river bring the natural world to a bustling downtown core rich with history, culture, and urban finds.