About Allegro

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Allegro offers over 100 dance classes and fitness classes per week in a fun and energetic studio atmosphere. Located in Nashua, NH, we are conveniently located 3 minutes from Route 3 with an easy commute from Hollis, Hudson, Merrimack, Amherst and Tyngsboro.

Jen O’Neil McLaughlin opened Allegro Dance Academy in 2006. What was once a space with two dance studios, our 100 Factory Street location now has 9,000 square feet featuring four large studios each with multiple viewing windows, several waiting areas, offices, student dressing rooms and kitchenette, faculty lounge, boutique area and a fitness gym. In addition, there is a children’s play area and WiFi-enabled waiting areas for parents. Adjacent to the studio, there is a convenient parking lot!

Allegro offers a variety of dance classes for everyone ages 2 and up! All students (whether recreational or pre-professional) receive professional instruction from dedicated and enthusiastic teachers who continue to learn and be inspired by some of the nation’s best choreographers by attending regional and national dance conventions. At Allegro, we do what we love and love what we do!

“I just want to say thank you for reigniting my love for dance.  I would never have gotten up on stage again if it weren’t for you and your awesome company.”
Robin M., Dancer
“I just wanted to thank you – your positive, caring approach brought dance back into her life!”
Kim T., Mother
“I just wanted to thank you for all that you have done for D this year, I noticed a big difference in him with his dancing and his confidence in his ability to dance.”
Lisa A., Mother
“Thank you so much for being an inspiration to all of us!  We are absolutely honored that C and R are associated with such wonderful and dedicated people who truly understand the importance of following your passions in life.”
Darlene M., Mother
“This was one of the BEST recitals I have been to! You should be proud of yourself, your staff, and last but not least, your talented dancers.”
Sandy R., Mother