Trifecta Arts supports and advances performing and visual arts education for children in underserved communities around the world by connecting students, teachers and donors.

This 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization provides charitable support for underprivileged students to experience educational opportunities in dance, music and art.

Dance education has been proven to foster self-confidence, enhance analytical abilities, and increase physical health. These activities will result in new generations of arts contributors, beneficiaries, and better humans.



Make an IMPACT

Connect patrons with opportunities to support arts education where their contributions make a significant impact

Enrich Children's LIVES

Connect children to life-changing benefits of dance, music and art education that they otherwise could not afford


Connect highly-trained instructors with opportunities for short-term charitable assignments


Phase One: Establish Network of Supported Initiatives

Conduct fundraising activities by leveraging existing networks to create an initial general operating fund
Select schools/programs in need of financial assistance to help grow their student population, strengthen their curriculum and share their art with local audiences
Expand awareness of Trifecta Arts' programs and increase donor base to support active Initiatives
Identify teachers and /or choreographers to participate in short-term guest assignments at selected schools or programs

The Future:

Begin grant applications and corporate outreach, as momentum builds

Benefits for Students

cognitive development  *  memory  *  time management  *  imagination


self-confidence  *  perseverance   *  dedication   *  poise   *  cooperation   *  commitment

strength   *  flexibility   *  balance

Benefits for Teachers

*  International exposure
*  Travel and study abroad
*  Teach/mentor
*  Foreign language development
*  Cultural diversity



Anne Koho


Pointe to Pointe

One woman’s life journey leads to a heart-felt mission of sharing ballet, music and art with young students and encouraging the development of outstanding teachers to continue the legacy of these classical art forms.


Meet Anne Koho

Ms. Koho began her ballet training at the age of 6 in Columbia, South Carolina, under the direction of Ann Brodie, founder and Artistic Director of the Columbia City Ballet and Adolfina Suarez, formerly of the Ballet Nacional de Cuba.  She performed in numerous full-length ballets, including The Nutcracker (as Clara at age 10), Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and Coppelia.

Ms. Koho continued her dance studies on scholarship at the University of Iowa with Francoise Martinet, an original member of the Joffrey Ballet and former teacher at the Joffrey Ballet School.  While at the University, Ms. Koho performed ballet soloist roles in University Opera productions of Faust, The Merry Widow and A Midsummer Night’s Dream as well as feature roles in the annual Dance Galas.  Ms. Koho has taken master classes with Gene Kelly, Edward Villella and an extensive list of professional ballet companies. Ms. Koho also studied with Jonathan Watts at the Kansas City Ballet and completed a full summer internship with the Joffrey II Ballet Company.

Following graduation with degrees in Accounting and Ballet, Ms. Koho was the assistant ballet mistress and performed for two seasons with the Fort Wayne (Indiana) Ballet.  Ms. Koho began teaching classical ballet in 2000.  She currently instructs all levels of ballet and pointe, and choreographs for soloists and groups of all sizes.  Ms. Koho has received national choreography awards and her dancers have received both regional and national awards.

Ms. Koho recently concluded a rewarding corporate career that spanned more than 30 years in banking, consulting and IT project management. In 2017, Ms. Koho founded Trifecta Arts Inc. (www.TrifectaArts.org), a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing arts educational opportunities for underprivileged youth around the world. Since its inception, Trifecta Arts has sponsored ballet, instrumental music and art programs at low-income public schools in Ecuador, a nonprofit sponsored school in India and community programs in Puerto Rico. More than 1,000 students have participated in these programs taught by Ms. Koho and local arts instructors, providing over 15,000 student classroom hours.



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