An angel dances

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Sunday, December 7, 2014

LEA Angelica Alhambra has soared high to become one of the best dancers in town and is now director of Filipinescas dance studio.

An alumnus of the University of the Cordilleras, this 23-year-old dancing diva has proved a lot throughout her career, winning several titles in dance leagues.

“Dancing is an investment,” she said. She aims to erase the notion that there is no profit in dancing because it is just a hobby, yet passion drives Lea in order for her to succeed and reach her dreams.


She started at a tender age of four where she became part of Saint Louis University’s children’s dance troupe under the supervision of Rebecca Lulud.

Way back in her elementary and high school days, she started to ace dance competitions in and out of school, which paved way for her to excel and improve.

One of her highlight achievements when she reached college is when she became the best captain in SM super moves in 2009. Recently her group finished 10th out of 300 groups in hip hop international competition.

Since putting on her dancing shoes nothing stopped her from joining various competitions and performing in different cities to share her talent.

Being the director of FDS, her goal is to promote excellence and expand the horizon of her students without spending a big amount of money.

“In order for you to excel, you need a big amount of money for trainings in this passion, but my goal and FDS’s goal is to make dancing affordable for everyone whose passion lies in it,” she ended. (Julian Sean Pura)

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on December 08, 2014.


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