After training in a range of disciplines including dance, theatre and music in Barcelona, Aina Alegre in 2007 joined the CNDC in Angers. She explores different cultures and practices, which she sees as social, historical and anthropological representations. She constructs her choreographies using a range of different media: stage pieces, performances and videos.
In 2011 she created the performance La Maja desnuda dice, which led to the piece titled No se trata de un desnudo mitologico (2012). She then created Delices (2015), Le Jour de la bête (2017) and La Nuit nos autres (2019). In 2020 she created Concrerto in collaboration with David Wampach and the solo R-A-U-X-A.
In parallel with her projects for the stage, she has set up a research and performance initiative (Études) through which she meets people involved in percussive dance practices. Her work has been presented in many countries including Spain, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Peru and Rumania.