Windborne Music's national tour of Led Zeppelin show features Allegra as part of the touring band. She is featured prominently in a number of songs throughout the show. The violin bridges the gap between the classical orchestra and the rock group combining the two into a cohesive rock unit.

Allegra performs on three different violins and a mandolin, each being used for specific sounds and situations. Her two electric violins are the Wood Viper (used for the heavier rock shows) and the Skyinbow (used as a more traditional electric violin). The Audinot (circa 1886) is incorporated into the Broadway, quartet and classical shows.

Allegra is a featured soloist with Carbon Works founded by Dr. Neal Barnard. Carbon Works recently premiered their latest album and is currently premiering a number of videos across the country. Allegra plays her acoustic violin on the album and videos.

"Song for an Angel"
"God Save the King"

Allegra has been a Violinist on national touring shows: The Lion King, Ragtime, Fiddler on the Roof, The Color Purple, Spamalot, Chicago, The Producers, Guys and Dolls, West Side Story, Sunset Blvd, Kiss Me Kate, Beauty and the Beast. Additional shows include The King and I, Aida, Sound Of Music, Annie, Oklahoma, Miss Saigon, The Last 5 Years, The Civil War.

Allegra is a founding member of the Harbor String Quartet which performs an eclectic mix of music ranging from Bach to The Beatles to Buble. Members of the quartet include musicians from the Virginia Symphony and the quartet has been performing steadily since 1997. The group has become a favorite performing outlet for Allegra because of the congeniality within the members.

Special Performances of the non-classical nature include: Josh Groban, Rod Stewart, Richard Marx, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Smoky Robinson,, Mannheim Steamroller, Tommy Lee's Rock Star: Supernova , Peter Cetera, Sarah Brightman, Ryan Farrish.