Malashock Dance Dedicates Liberty Station Dance Studio

| April 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Malashock Dance, a leader in contemporary dance and arts education since 1988, renamed their spacious, state of the art studio in honor of Abbe Wolfsheimer’s longstanding legacy of passionate support for dance by officially naming the space The Abbe Wolfsheimer Studio.

The announcement of the dedication came at a private celebration on Friday, March 13 at Malashock Dance’s Liberty Station location. Recognition and a celebration of Wolfsheimer’s life and love of dance were highlighted. Guests enjoyed short performances by company members and the newly formed Junior Company featuring promising young dancer ages 11 to 14.

Left to right are John Malashock (founder), David Stutz (supporter) and Molly Puryear (managing director).

Left to right are John Malashock (founder), David Stutz (supporter) and Molly Puryear (managing director).

The organization received a generous $100,000 gift from David Stutz, Wolfsheimer’s husband, in January 2015. “The studio is our most distinguished asset,” says John Malashock, founder, Malashock Dance. “It provides us the capacity to serve the community through a myriad of artistic and educational activities. Because of the studio’s quality and beauty, it has become one of the most notable spaces to take class, rehearse or attend informal performances in San Diego.”

Malashock Dance is a 501(c)(3) corporation founded by John Malashock in 1988. Malashock Dance and The Malashock Dance School are located in Dance Place San Diego, on the historic grounds of NTC Liberty Station, 2650 Truxtun Road, Suite 202, San Diego, Calif. 92106. Learn more

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