French-Senegalese choreographer Amala Dianor started his career as a hip-hop dancer. In 2002 he graduated from the National Center for Contemporary Dance in Angers and worked as a performer in hip-hop, neoclassical and contemporary dance styles. In2012 he created his own company which, to date, has fifteen pieces in its repertoire, including his award-winning first work “Crossroads” (2012), his solo “Man Rec” (2014) and multiple large-scale group works. Since 2014, he has been working with electro-soul composer Awir Léon and in 2021 he joined forces with visual artist Grégoire Korganow on a series of short films entitled “CinéDanse”. He has been an associate artist at theatres across France and in 2022 was selected for the Big Pulse Dance Alliance network.