October 15, 2018
We are very happy to announce that the Angel Shine Foundation has chosen Ballet Academy East student Jenny Ku as their newest scholarship recipient. The generous gift will support Jenny’s studies at BAE and will ultimately help steer her closer to her goal of becoming a professional dancer.
The founder of the Angel Shine Foundation, Allyson Tang, believes that all children deserve the opportunity to discover and develop their unique gifts. By lifting their financial burden, the Angel Shine scholarship allows children to focus on nurturing their talent and gives them the confidence to realize their dreams.
We sincerely thank the Angel Shine Foundation for shining a well-deserved light on Jenny Ku, and for supporting Ballet Academy East’s commitment to nurturing young dancers.
Jenny Ku, 14-year old BAE Level 8 Student
Thank you so much for presenting me with this very generous scholarship award. It is an honor to be recognized by the Foundation for my dancing. I was so surprised, grateful and thrilled when I heard that I had been chosen! Receiving a scholarship award from the Angel Shine Foundation will not only help me continue to pursue my love of dance, but it will inspire me to reach for even higher goals. Thank you Angel Shine Foundation for reminding me that hard work will take you far in dance and in life.
Allyson Tang, Angel Shine Founder
The stellar faculty at BAE and its inspiring founder, Julia Dubno not only teach children exceptional ballet technique, they provide a loving environment for them to have the confidence to excel in life. The Angel Shine Foundation is thrilled to award a scholarship in support of Jenny's dance education. Her unique talent, poise and determination shine from within and touch the hearts of those who are lucky to watch her perform.
For more information about the Angel Shine Foundation, please visit their website or follow them on Instagram.
Photo Credits: Rosalie O'Connor
Featured Photo & Top Right Photo: Walpurgisnacht Ballet, choreographed by George Balanchine, © The George Balanchine Trust
Bottom Right Photo: Concerto in D, choreographed by Alan Hineline