2019-2020 Season


August 26-28

CREATIVITY, COMMUNITY and BUSINESS COLLIDE Downtown Dances brings our community together in a completely new way through dance. Citizens from local businesses and organizations collaborate with professional artists in order to create and perform dances on sidewalks, storefronts and gathering spaces. Downtown Dances is designed to celebrate the stories and spirit of local businesses, employees and our community.

SEEKING | Wuxi Song & Dance Theatre of China

Choreography by Peter Quanz

October 17, Capitol Theatre

Atlantic Ballet Atlantique Canada is proud to support a cultural collaboration between Canada and China in partnership with The Greater Moncton Chinese Cultural Association (GMCCA). SEEKING is a new dance production by the Wuxi Song & Dance Theatre of China. The new creation is a fusion of ballet and traditional Chinese dance with choreography by Canadian Peter Quanz of Q DANCE.

This visually stunning production features 30 dancers from one of China’s best dance companies. Discover artists of great calibre and grace; beautiful dances; and a touching story that reaches across the oceans from China to Canada. This is the second Wuxi Song & Dance Theatre production presented in Moncton by Atlantic Ballet and GMCCA.


October 24, Fredericton Playhouse BUY TICKETS

Atlantic Ballet Atlantique Canada is opening the Season with 6 unique and new original dance works created by Artistic Director Igor Dobrovolskiy tailored to show the virtuosity of our dancers. Join us for a truly special evening of dancing!


December 10, Casino NB

Join us December 10th at Casino New Brunswick as we celebrate the careers of Yuriko Diyanova and Sergiy Diyanov, Atlantic Ballet’s longest practicing dancers. For the past 16 and 17 years, respectively, Yuriko and Sergiy have touched the hearts and souls of audiences across New Brunswick, Canada, and beyond with their immense talent and artistry.

Join us as we thank them for their many years of passion and dedication! The Soirée Grant Thornton Velvet Gala is an annual celebration of excellence, creativity, and innovation in the arts and business, and serves as Atlantic Ballet’s largest yearly fundraiser.

Contact us at [email protected]  to order your tickets or reserve a table.



February 8, Tracadie BUY TICKETS

February 13, Miramichi BUY TICKETS

February 15, Edmundston BUY TICKETS

ALIEN is an intimate exploration of the human side of immigration. As a newcomer to Canada in 2000, Igor understands well the many challenges that new immigrants face when they leave their home in search of new life.


February 4, Capitol Theatre Moncton, BUY TICKETS
February 27, Playhouse Theatre Fredericton, BUY TICKETS

A gripping work exploring envy, greed and isolation. The glorious music of Mozart and Salieri is interwoven with a spellbinding plot and larger-than-life characters. This riveting story traces the life of Mozart and examines his isolation by a society that accepts the musical works but not the composer. Amadeus, like the music which inspired its choreographer, is finely balanced and beautifully paced. It touches on some of Igor Dobrovolskiy’s recurring themes: isolation, envy, and the solitary life of the outsider.


May 5, Imperial Theatre Saint John, BUY TICKETS
May 6, Playhouse Theatre Fredericton, BUY TICKETS
May 12, Capitol Theatre Moncton, BUY TICKETS
Partnering with Symphony New Brunswick, Atlantic Ballet presents a program that includes two of the most famous musical scores of all time in Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and Ravel’s famed Bolero. Join us for Artistic Director and Choreographer Igor Dobrovolskiy’s unique take on these classics with the talented dancers of Atlantic Ballet and the musicians of Symphony NB!



March 23, Salle Albert-Rousseau Québec, BUY TICKETS
March 25, Le Carré 150 Victoriaville, BUY TICKETS
March 26, Théâtre Outremont Montreal, BUY TICKETS
ALIEN is an intimate exploration of the human side of immigration. As a newcomer to Canada in 2000, Igor understands well the many challenges that new immigrants face when they leave their home in search of new life.

IMPACTFEST | Between January 11 to March 16, 2020

Atlantic Ballet is proud to present its third biannual contemporary Dance Festival IMPACTfest. This year’s edition includes an all-canadian content with:

  • Trace by Red Sky Performance, Concept & director Sandra Laronde, Jera Wolf choreographer (Performance & Workshop) March 16 BUY TICKETS
  • petite danses, BUY TICKETS, Moncton performance of petites danses includes 2 new works created for 10 Atlantic Canadian dance artists from Mocean Dance and the coop, a wing from Solo Chicken Productions. The evening also includes a duet from Mocean Dance “standing alone facing you” from choreographer Sara Coffin. Workshop Jan.8, Performance Jan.11
  • BOW’T TRAIL, Choreographer and dancer Rhodnie Désir, (Performance, Residency & Workshops)
  • Tentacle Tribe (Workshop), January 12 BUY TICKETS

A detailed Festival performances and workshops schedule will be available soon


Interactive Dance Exchange is about sharing, supporting and advancing our capacities together. We are using the power of movement to foster community reflection and connection.

This year we are very pleased to welcome Nipahtuwet Naka Wespahtuwet Possesom. Nipahtuwet Naka Wespahtuwet Possesom’ is a Wolastoq performance artist. He is a member of the Wabanaki Grass Dance Society, and a keeper of traditional knowledge. He is a champion dancer, accomplished actor, travelled teacher and emerging choreographer — who has toured all through North America, sharing knowledge and engaging audiences in critical thought towards their understanding of their own origins, and the wisdom of first peoples of the world.


Atlantic Ballet is honoured to collaborate for a special presentation of Ghosts of Violence. This ballet has been creatively adapted to honour Indigenous women. In the spirit of authentic reconciliation, Igor Dobrovolskiy, Co-Founder and Artistic Director Atlantic Ballet is collaborating with Elder and Knowledge Keeper in the territory of Mi’kma’ki Andrea Colfer and Natasha Martin-Mitchell, Mi’gmaq from Listuguj  to infuse Indigenous knowledge, culture and symbolism within Ghosts of Violence to bring attention to the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and to honour these women and their families. By weaving dance with Indigenous culture, music and language, Ghosts of Violence has embarked on an emotional expression of the Indigenous women we have lost.