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Nonprofit on a Mission to Save Ballet One Ballerina at a Time


The Dance Conservatory of Pasadena is helping preserve the art of ballet through full ride dance scholarships for children.

PASADENA, CA, March 12, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ — SAVE BALLET, is the campaign name for the new Dance Conservatory of Pasadena a nonprofit who is helping to preserve the art of ballet by funding ballet scholarships for children. They are now accepting donations for their SAVE BALLET Mission. This new and urgent funding mission is underway at and on “Save Ballet” to help support existing scholarship students as well as provide new scholarship opportunities.

The New Dance Conservatory of Pasadena, a non-profit organization, whose mission statement is; providing dance education and experience with the highest level of standards so that the performance and appreciation of the art of dance endures for future generations. The Pasadena, California dance instruction facility is known for its highly capable staff and accomplished instructors. With this team and donor support, founder Jennifer Cheng is seeking to create a truly one of a kind studio that preserves the art of dance.

As a gracious thank you for their donations, supporters of the SAVE BALLET Indiegogo Campaign will get special reminders of their kindness. For a $25 donation, the donor will receive a wonderful hand written thank you note from a little ballerina, awe. Thank you gifts are given to donors all the way up to a $10,000 donation. The $10,000 donor will receive a VIP trip to Germany to see famous Diavolo dance company perform, which includes air fare, hotel, backstage passes and more.

Jennifer Cheng
66 Waverly Drive,
Pasadena, CA 91105
Phone: 877-345-PLIE (7543)
Fax: 626-396-1744
Business Hours: Monday-Friday 9AM-8PM, Saturday 9AM-3PM

To find out more about the Indiegogo Campaign to SAVE BALLET and the nonprofits mission, please visit

About Founder Jennifer Cheng and the DCP Studio:

Jennifer was an accomplished dancer with a Ford Foundation scholarship to School of American Ballet. She successfully passed to the Advanced level in the Royal Academy of Dancing by age 15. She was offered numerous opportunities to perform with world-class ballet companies and on TV shows. The highlight of her short dancing career was dancing with Rudolf Nureyev in Australian Ballet’s Don Quixote at only 13 years old.

Jennifer has also had a successful business career as an attorney for 27 years while also earning an MBA from UC Irvine School of Management. Jennifer serves on the board of Directors for the Pacific Symphony, Irvine Barclay Theatre, Diavolo Dance Theatre and Blue 13 Dance. Her accomplished professional dance career along with her unique nonprofit and business expertise has positioned Jennifer optimally to accomplish great things with the Dance Conservatory of Pasadena.

Opened in February 2014, The brand new facilities for the Dance Conservatory of Pasadena has 5 studios. All studios feature professionally sprung floors with marley and state of the art sound systems. The largest studio is 55′ by 42′ with a black velvet curtain, white cyclorama and 4 black velvet pipe and drape. This studio can be used for performances and as a black box for filming. The facility has 2 additional studios that are over 1,000 square feet each. Studio one features a private instruction room.