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Lucia Zhang, a tenth grade student from Mission San Jose High School, wrote an article about her experience in the 2015 Jenny Lin Music Program. To read her article, click here.
The fabulous 2015 Jenny Lin Summer Youth Concert was held on July 31 at Chabot College Reed L. Buffington Visual and Performing Arts Center in Hayward, CA. More than 300 young musicians from all over the East Bay performed in front of a packed audience, hosted by ABC7 anchor, Ms. Cheryl Jennings, and conducted by Mr. Greg Conway, Mr. Cary Nasatir and Ms. Diana Ryan. In case you missed the live concert, you can watch the entire concert video in the following link:
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It’s been 21 years since Jenny Lin was murdered. To this date, there has been no arrest or conviction of Jenny’s killer. On Friday, May 22, 2015, there will be a memorial service and a candlelight walk at the Castro Valley Library starting at 6:15 PM. This event will serve as a reminder to the community that Jenny’s murder is still unsolved, and that child crime prevention must continue to be forefront in people’s mind. Anyone is welcome to join us in this special occasion.
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM Reception
7:00 PM to 7:50 PM Ceremony
7:50 PM to 8:15 PM Candlelight Walk
The 2015 Jenny Lin Summer Music Camp is open for enrollment. This is a free 6-week music camp in the summer of 2015. Click here for enrollment details.
Mrs. Mei-lian Lin of the Jenny Lin Foundation announced the recipient of the Most Promising Young Musician Scholarship Award on December 16 during the winter concert at the Center for the Art in Castro Valley. Austin Coffelt, a sixth grade Canyon Middle School student, won the award for his willingness and impressive progress in learning a new instrument – string bass. Congratulations, Austin!
In case you missed the special news report by KTSF TV-26 on 11/19/2014 about Jenny’s case, here’s the link:
If you understand Mandarin, tune into KTSF TV-26 at 7:00 or 10:00 tonight, 11/19/2014, for a special report on Jenny Lin’s murder case 20 years later. The Jenny Lin murder case was listed as one of the top 10 cold cases in the Bay Area by San Francisco Chronicle. This special report shares with audience how the Lin family dealt with the tragedy over the past 20 years. Don’t miss it.