Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada – IMPACTfest

Moncton, NB

Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada – IMPACTfest

Moncton, NB

COMMITTED TO CREATION, COLLABORATION AND COMMUNITY Atlantic Ballet Atlantique Canada is an international award winning, creation-based company with a focus on new works, collaboration and broad-based public engagement in the arts. It presents 20 to 30 performances annually at home and abroad. Atlantic Ballet Canada serves as a creative dance hub by supporting artist development and exchange through an Artist in Residence program, a biennial IMPACTfest featuring dance, film, workshops, and artist networking and hosting an intensive International Summer training program. Recognized as a national leader in using ballet-art for public engagement, Atlantic Ballet Canada has established cross-sector partnerships with the education, social/health and ICT sectors, creating leading large-scale provincial, regional and national initiatives. The Company engages in projects and initiatives in the community every year on relevant challenges and issues. Embracing diversity, Atlantic Ballet is a multicultural company of soloist artists well known for their extensive technical abilities and strong emotional qualities on stage. Through collaboration with like-minded artists attracted by the vision and artistic philosophy of our Artistic Director our creative practice uses ballet-art as a platform to see our world in more compelling, poignant and imaginative ways.

Susan Chalmers Gauvin, CEO

Atlantic Dance Festival Danse Atlantique

Moncton, NB

Atlantic Dance Festival Danse Atlantique

Moncton, NB

Dance is an art form that knows no boundaries. It moves beyond linguistic, cultural, political and geographical frontiers. Inspired by this philosophy, the DansEncorps Productions Inc. established the atlantic dance FESTIVAL danse atlantique, in order to bring together representatives of various dance sectors in a collective celebration of artistic excellence. The team is proud of its accomplishments since the Festival’s first edition in 2006.

The aim of the professional dance performances is the discovery of top-level artists from the Atlantic Provinces and Canada. Training development and interaction between the dancers and the general public are the main themes of the Festival. The goal is to establish dialogue and networking between participants, and those who have a passion for dance, in a friendly non-competitive atmosphere. The atlantic dance FESTIVAL danse atlantique strives to pursue this goal by offering a program that is even more complete and divers each year.

Chantal Cadieux, Artistic Director
Centre culturel Aberdeen, suite 14 140 Botsford Moncton, NB E1C 4X5 Canada

BMO Studio Theatre

Saint John, NB

BMO Studio Theatre

Saint John, NB
Stephen Tobias, Executive Director
112 Princess Street Saint John, NB E2L 1K4 Canada

Capitol Theatre

Moncton, NB

Capitol Theatre

Moncton, NB

As a regional, bilingual cultural centre, the Capitol is committed to promoting all arts disciplines and to present local, regional, national and international artists for you – our patrons.

The Capitol is a vibrant member of our community. We are proud to partner with other cultural organizations, educational institutions, governments and businesses to ensure the continuation of live performing arts in our region.

Our mandate allows us to preserve one of our community’s most significant and beloved heritage buildings, while also preserving the building’s original purpose as a popular community venue for the presentation of arts, entertainment and cultural events.

The Capitol Theatre could not function without the incredible team of over 240 volunteers that give their time and energy to ensure the patrons of the Capitol have the best experience possible.

Yolaine Robichaud, Operations Manager
Kim Rayworth, Managing Director - Directrice générale
811 Main Street Moncton, NB E1C 1G1 Canada

Carleton Victoria Arts Council

Florenceville-Bristol, NB

Carleton Victoria Arts Council

Florenceville-Bristol, NB

The Carleton North Theatre in Florenceville-Bristol, NB plays host to the performances presented by the Carleton-Victoria Arts Council. Located along the scenic St. John River valley in rural western New Brunswick, area residents from several small communities from Perth-Andover to Woodstock and beyond enjoy the intimate setting of this soft-seat venue. Approximately 400 seats are contained in twelve rows with centre, left and right sections.

The Carleton-Victoria Arts Council was honoured to receive the Community Presenter’s Award at Contact East 2007. This award recognizes excellence and achievement by a volunteer organization to present touring performances, commitment to excellence in programming and contribution to community life.

The first show presented by the CVAC was by the Canadian Brass in 1979. We are proud to maintain the long-standing tradition of presenting professional Canadian and international artists to local audiences. The continued success of the Carleton-Victoria Arts Council pays homage to the vision, hard work and dedication of the early committees.

Pearl Black
934 Route 590 Waterville, Car Co, NB E7P 1C4

Charlotte Street Arts Centre

Fredericton, NB

Charlotte Street Arts Centre

Fredericton, NB

Charlotte Street Arts Centre (CSAC) has 3 main proponents to the organization. We are Landlords to the building that houses many artists and arts organizations, we have an ARTreach program that provides programming to vulnerable communities, and we also have an auditorium and community room that we rent to the public, and host our own events. We have only dabbled in hosting our own events as we had no elevator and accessibility has been a barrier. We are currently going through construction and the new space will allow us to provide much more in-house programming for performance.

Courtney Steeves, Executive Director
732 Charlotte street Fredericton, NB E3B 1M5 Canada

Feels Good Folly Fest

Fredericton, NB

Feels Good Folly Fest

Fredericton, NB

Feels Good Community Inc. is a non profit organization whose main focus is bringing together the over abundance of artistic and musical talent which presides in the Maritime provinces.

Paul McAllister, Executive Director
874 Charlotte St Unit 4 Fredericton, NB E3B 1M8 Canada

Fredericton Playhouse

Fredericton, NB

Fredericton Playhouse

Fredericton, NB

Fredericton Playhouse is a 709-seat performance venue located in the provincial capital of New Brunswick. In addition to being a busy rental house, the venue presents a multi-disciplinary performing arts series from September to May each year. The series includes performances and outreach/education activities by regional, national, and international touring artists in dance, theatre, music, and multi-disciplinary arts of various genres.

Tim Yerxa, Executive Director
686 Queen Street Fredericton, NB E3B 1C2 Canada

Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival

Fredericton, NB

Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival

Fredericton, NB

The Best International Festival Experience on Canada’s East Coast!

400+ Musicians, 150 Performances, 27 Stages, 6 City Blocks, 6 Incredible Days, 1 Happenin’ City! Fredericton comes alive for six days each September as hundreds of world class performers appear on dozens of stages, all conveniently located in Fredericton’s beautiful and historic downtown.

Whether you want to dance all night at a spicy Cajun party, listen to the raw sounds of electric blues, sway to some smooth jazz or just get your funk on, you’ll find something to tempt every musical taste – all at a price that’s easy on the wallet.

Known internationally for presenting the best in established international talent, up-and-coming discoveries from the East Coast and abroad, great musical memories, friendly community, and a touch of the unexpected are what the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival is famous for.

Al Atkins, Production Coordinator
81 Regent St. Fredericton, NB E3B 3W3 Canada

Imperial Theatre

Saint John, NB

Imperial Theatre

Saint John, NB

The beautiful Imperial Theatre is one of Canada’s oldest and works as a seasonal presenter (Sept to May) & a successful roadhouse stage. We have an 842-seat house and can accommodate small, intimate shows to big, broadway theatre and everything in between.

Bethany Stout, Assistant Executive Director
Angela Campbell, Executive Director
12 King Square South Saint John, NB E2L 5B8 Canada

Larlee Creek Hullabaloo

Kilburn, NB

Larlee Creek Hullabaloo

Kilburn, NB

Held in Perth-Andover, NB, and known as the “Little Festival that Could,” the Larlee Creek Hullabaloo brings together some of the best talent the East Coast of Canada and beyond has to offer, for one weekend of pure musical bliss.

The Larlee Creek Hullabaloo is known for its genre-rich lineup, collaborative performances, and the downhome hospitality we show our audience and the artists who are our festival.

Heidi Baird
12260 Route 105 Kilburn, NB E7H 3X6 Canada

Mt Allison Performing Arts Series

Sackville, NB

Mt Allison Performing Arts Series

Sackville, NB
Kevin Morse
62 York Street Sackville, NB E4L 1A6 Canada
Mount Allison University (Performing Arts Series) 62 York Street Sackville, NB E4L 1A6 Canada

Musique Saint-Joachim

Bertrand, NB

Musique Saint-Joachim

Bertrand, NB

Musique Saint-Joachim is a not-for-profit organization whose mandate is to encourage the performance of classical music, blues and jazz. Located at Bertrand, NB, its principal performance venue is the local church, a building with exceptional acoustics. Here, it will offer an annual programme of musical events for the general public and also for young audiences.

Rejean Poirier, Producer
635 Boudreau Road Bertrand, NB E1W 1J7 Canada

Paddlefest NB

St. Andrews, NB

Paddlefest NB

St. Andrews, NB

Paddlefest is a Music & Outdoor Recreation Festival in St. Andrews, New Brunswick that has taken many variations over the years but has always maintained one key element at its core; celebrating New Brunswick culture in its many forms.

Through showcasing musical and artistic talent and celebrating (and protecting) the tranquil beauty of the Bay of Fundy, Paddlefest is an annual celebration of its hometown and its province. It attracts music fans, nature lovers and those who are passionate about both.

In addition to music programming, the event often features workshops/presentations from both the music/arts and paddling/recreational sides. Community engagement is also a strong goal of the festival, with a number of free events aimed at the community at large (i.e. a community stage, an artist market, kids events, etc.)

Over the years a strong focus of the festival has been showcasing and supporting local emerging artists. Now household names, New Brunswick acts like Matt Andersen and David Myles performed at Paddlefest in small venues in their early days, and that tradition continues as a bulk of the programming is dedicated to up and coming New Brunswick artists.

Paddlefest showcases music in unique local venues and attractions, such as Kingsbrae Garden, Minister’s Island and the Paddlefest Main Stage which overlooks the St. Andrews waterfront. The quaint seaside town of St. Andrews truly comes alive with music and culture every May and the atmosphere is a warm and welcoming one.

Paddlefest is a not-for profit organization whose main objective is to offer a culturally significant event for the region that highlights the local arts, helps boost tourism and gives a positive message of inclusion, sustainability and cultural & environmental awareness.

Luke MacDonald, Artistic Director
211 Water Street St. Andrews, NB E5B 1B3 Canada

Riverview Arts Centre Inc.

Riverview, NB

Riverview Arts Centre Inc.

Riverview, NB

The Riverview Arts Centre, Inc. is dedicated to the vitalization of all art forms for the benefit of our society now and for future generations.

The RAC is dedicated to the cultivation of new audiences for modern and classical arts through participation, education, access, and affordable opportunities that will enable the community to experience both the creation and the final product of artistic expression.

We are devoted to fostering arts literacy within our youth and to connect school audiences with mainstream professionals.

We are committed to quality. We embrace constructive media and artistic feedback and encourage open communication with patrons and staff.

The RAC belongs to the community; a venue for its members to enjoy contemporary, classical, as well as many different genres of concerts for everyone to enjoy. Theatre, dance, poetry, literature, visual arts exhibitions and public functions, are also a big part of the events held at the Riverview Arts Centre.

Julie Hopkins, Director of Operations
Claudette Murray, President
400 Whitepine Rd. Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
PO Box 7004 Riverview, NB E1B 4T8 Canada

Shivering Songs Festival

Fredericton, NB

Shivering Songs Festival

Fredericton, NB

Just four years old, this young festival with a mighty heart has full intentions of warming up the music lovers of mid-winter Fredericton. Curated by local folk-pop group Olympic Symphonium and friends, this festival has a strong emphasis on the songwriting craft and annually features an array of East Coast artists as well as songwriters, musicians and storytellers from all over North America. Highlights alongside the headlining performances at downtown’s Wilmot United Church include the always popular Songwriter’s Circle and the hootenanny known as the Bluegrass Brunch at the Boyce Farmers Market. Music fans of all ages will find something to embrace at Shivering Songs.

Zachary Atkinson, Treasurer
877 Union St Fredericton, NB E3A 3P7 Canada

Town of Riverview, Parks and Recreation

Riverview, NB

Town of Riverview, Parks and Recreation

Riverview, NB

The purpose of the Parks, Recreation and Community Relations Department is to provide quality recreational, leisure and cultural opportunities for the enjoyment of the citizens of Riverview while building community spirit and awareness. Directly, this is accomplished through effective management of parks, facilities, open space and direct program planning. Indirectly, the Department provides assistance to community groups and organizations through leadership, consultation and coordination.

Our entertainment includes: weekly summer concerts in Caseley Park, Canada Day celebrations during our SUNFEST summer kick-off festival, musical entertainment at various smaller events such as our Neighborhood ward parties, our Fall Harvest Festival, a community Christmas concert, and activitiesand entertainment during Winterlude our 10 day winter festival. All of our events are designed to be accessible to as many people as possible as most are either free or have a minimal cost attached.

Paulette Tingley, Youth and Community Coordinator

Vogue Group

Miramichi, NB

Vogue Group

Miramichi, NB

The Vogue Group is a community of those who are interested in the promotion, exhibition and proliferation of the arts in Miramichi generally and at the Vogue venue specifically.

Victor Somers, Director
87 Church St Miramichi, NB E1N 1T7 Canada