(Los Angeles, CA) – July 11, 2016 – Los Angeles based Relativity School, a film and performing arts college/university announced it has awarded its annual $25,000 scholarship to Chloe Ann Abbott of Hooksett, New Hampshire. The announcement was made last night (10) at the star-studded, sold-out, Tremaine 35th Annual Convention Gala in Orlando, FL. Special celebrity guests included Dance Legend Chita Rivera and TV Legend Florence Henderson.
The award recipient was selected by Joe Tremaine, one of the most influential dance personalities in the country today, from five finalists presented by the Relativity School Review Committee.
“Relativity School is honored to carry forth the tradition of the Joe Tremaine scholarship. Joe has been a revolutionary force in the commercial dance industry and a mentor to thousands of young dancers over his career. We share a vision of training the next-generation of commercial dancers as connected storytellers and unstoppable entrepreneurs. We are grateful for all he has done and congratulate Chloe Abbott on this remarkable recognition.”
The scholarship is presented once per calendar year to a Freshman dancer /choreographer who demonstrates powerfully connected stories through dance.
Abbott, who resides in Hooksett, NH, is a unique and versatile dancer with training in all genres with a particularly strong ballet background. She has studied at the prestigious Joffrey Ballet School in New York as well as The Rock School in Philadelphia and the New Hampshire School of Ballet. She began dancing professionally at six and has won numerous awards at regional and national competitions. She has also worked as a teacher’s assistant for convention Master Classes.
Chloe Ann will immediately re-locate to Los Angeles to continue her training.
Relativity Education creates and delivers educational programs in film, media, performing arts and entrepreneurship. They operate the Relativity School, the first school of its kind created with a major Hollywood studio, which is an accredited branch campus of Hussian College and is based on a working studio lot in Los Angeles.