Old Cambridge Baptist Church



Built in an original 1867 sanctuary, Studio 1 is awash in colored light from its 25 stained glass windows. At 90’ x 50’, with 50-foot ceilings and 18-foot tall mirrors, Studio 1 is among the most expansive dance spaces in the country. A custom-made, injury-reducing sprung floor, designed and installed by noted dance floor experts Wooden Kiwi, and a 6’4” grand piano make working in Studio 1 a truly sublime experience.


Studio 2 boasts one of the oldest Tiffany windows in the country (1890), which was completely restored in 2007. The studio retains the original raised panel wainscoting and dental moldings, and measures 40’ x 40’. Its 40-foot ceilings and 12-foot high wall of mirrors make Studio 2 an inspirational dance space. Equipped with a portable sprung flooring system and a newly restored 1928 Mason Hamlin 6’2” grand piano, Studio 2 is a state-of-the-art dance space built within one of the most beautiful rooms in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The Little Sister Studio (STUDIO 3)

Given in loving memory of Amanda and Patricia Picardo, a young dancer and a parent volunteer. Nestled in the eaves of the building, and overlooking Studio 2, The Little Sister Studio, at 20’ x 25’, is the perfect size for early beginner classes. Used extensively for Creative Movement and Pre Ballet, The Little Sister Studio is an intimate space with cozy window seats. State-of-the-art, injury preventing dance floors create the safest environment for our youngest dancers. Equipped with mirrors and an upright piano, The Little Sister Studio is an ideal space to begin a lifelong love of the art form.


Measuring 25’ x 25’, Studio 4 is ideally suited for children’s ballet classes.  Equipped with an Allegro Harlequin dance floor, a new Yamaha upright piano, and stained glass windows on three walls, Studio 4 is a unique environment for young artists to begin their formal study of dance.