A Contemporary dancer, Ambre Pini started dancing with Hip-Hop and followed a pre-professional training at Studio des Bains. She benefited from the teaching of Alain Gagliardi, Mena Avolio, Alicia de la Fuente, Tamara Bacci and Caty Eybert. She continues her professional training at Anne Marie Porras’ EPSE danse in Montpellier, in the Performing Arts section, Contemporary option. She then approaches several repertories of different choreographers like Claude Brumachon, or Therry Malandin. Since then, Ambre has put her energy and technique at the service of various companies and choreographers, including Claude Brumachon, Guillermo Botelho’s company Alias for Sideways Rain, Don’t Stay in the Middle of the Road, et Le Poids Des Eponges. She participates in the creation Hors-Murs L’Europe au Corps de la compagnie des Hélices. For Omar Porras, she dances in the opera La Grande Duchesse of Gerolstein, choreographed by Joszef Trefelli, then with the latter in Point Zero as part of the Printemps Carougeois. With l’Estuaire she danced in creations Forces, Inlassablement, and the last creation, Go.