Amber Nalle has been dancing since the young age of four and her passion for the arts became her love and her life. She trained in Royal Academy of Dance in both professional performance and instruction. She also studied Vaganova ballet and various other techniques throughout her career. Although ballet has been Amber’s main focus, she has broadened her repertoire to include contemporary-ballet and lyrical. Amber has performed in Chicago, Pittsburgh, and many areas of MA and NYC. Among her numerous accomplishments as a ballerina, she has performed as a soloist in The Nutcracker, Copelia, Swan Lake, La Bayadere, The Emperor’s New Clothes, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the classical role of Winter in The Four Seasons, ballet pieces in the opera Dido and Aeneas, the grande pas de deux from Paquita, variations in Don Quixote at Jacob’s Pillow, as well as many other works. Amber has also performed the leading role as the “Spectre” in a new works of Spectre de la Rose at Lincoln Center. Although Amber is now retired from professional dancing, she continues to share her love of ballet and dance through teaching and choreography of classical ballet and pointe, as well as contemporary-ballet and lyrical. Her choreography and students have brought in numerous Platinum and Gold medals at various competitions. She is thrilled that under her training, a student received the 2012 DEA Title for a classical pointe solo choreographed by Amber. Throughout the years, Amber has continued to attend workshops to further expose herself to the ever growing field of dance, instruction, and choreography. She is committed to enriching the lives of children and adults of all levels in the art of ballet and dance.