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Stephanie Bergeron

Stephanie Bergeron is a multi-hyphenate artist based in the GTA- dancer, choreographer, actor, singer, adjudicator, and dance instructor. She proudly holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in Dance from Ryerson University, where she was a two-time recipient of the prestigious Theatre School Bursary Award, and Golden Key Honour Society member. Ms. Bergeron is a versatile and well-rounded performer, known for her technical precision, musicality, and unique combination of power and grace. She is proud to have worked with and performed under a number of notable choreographers, including Matjash Mrozewski, David Earle, Valerie Calam, Robert Glumbek, Nadia Potts, Karen Duplisea, and Vicki St. Denys. Among her many performances, Ms. Bergeron has danced for the Canadian Opera Company (Death in Venice- Triple Dora Award Nominated Production), Telus, Honda, Manulife Financial, Bell Technical Solutions, 60x60 Dance Toronto, and Cineplex/TIFF, performed as a supernumerary character artist for the National Ballet of Canada (Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Manon), has appeared in over 50 industrials for hospitals, casinos, and major national brands, and has starred in several independent films as an actor.

In tandem with her performance career, Ms. Bergeron is highly sought after as a choreographer and instructor, particularly with pre-professional programs. She has been invited as a Recurring Guest Artist and Commissioned Choreographer for the arts programs at Unionville High School, Claude Watson Dance at Earl Haig Secondary, Alexander Mackenzie High School, and Westmount Collegiate, as Rehearsal Mistress for Ballet Jorgen’s The Nutcracker, and as a Guest Artist for many workshops and master classes across Ontario. Ms. Bergeron’s choreography has been featured at Disneyland California, Harbourfront Centre Toronto, PanAm Games GlobalFest, and in countless theatres across the province. Many of her students have gone on to earn top competitive awards and First Overall placements, and have been accepted into such programs as Arts Unionville, the National Ballet School Associates Program, and the dance programs at Ryerson University, York University, Concordia University, and George Brown College.

Stephanie Bergeron is also a member of the Professional Adjudicators Alliance, as a former multi-discipline competitor herself. As such, has brought her experience and love of the arts to young dancers across Ontario as a Ballet Specialist, Special Awards Judge, and All-Around Dance Adjudicator.

Ms. Bergeron is a member of the Canadian Dance Assembly, and Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists of Ontario.