From trumpets to tubas, Allegro is tripling in size by taking over a new location, while keeping its prime location on Main Street.
“We have outgrown our existing space but value our Main Street location. This location will continue to bring us walk-ins and visibility, while the new location, mere steps from Main Street, will permit us to continue growing. We couldn’t be happier with this arrangement,” shares Sam Yoder, Allegro Executive Director.
To help with the move and construction expenses, Allegro is launching a flash capital campaign. “Help us turn the building into a community arts center complete with private music therapy classrooms, a dance studio, performance space, recording studio, rehearsal space, bookstore and daycare accommodations for our instructors.” Yoder says.
The new space will be given a facelift with a new coat of paint, and installation of flooring, mirrors, and barres to create a dance and rehearsal space. It will be used to expand group class offerings, as a performance and dance studio, as well as a recording studio and rehearsal space. There is so much potential for growth with this new space.
Tabby Mitchell, Allegro Board member, and owner of iSenpai, a government contractor will match donations through December 31, 2018. “We believe in the mission of Allegro and have decided not to cap our matching gift. We are excited for Allegro to continue growing its programming and expanding into new areas by responding to community needs and fully support their efforts,” says Mitchell.
Donations can be made here or checks can be mailed to Allegro CSA at: 20 Main Street, Warrenton, VA, 20186.
About Allegro: Allegro is a non-profit art school squarely focused on giving back to our community and bringing the arts to life within the community. Allegro aims to increase art appreciation and participation within the community, and within families! Through education, performance, and community partnerships, we develop the “whole artist.”