Marcus Baldemar is a dancer living and working between Brussels and Stockholm. He started his professional dance training in Umeå (Sweden) in 2004, followed by a year at SEAD (Salzburg, Austria) before ending up at P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels. After graduating from the training cycle in 2008 he has worked as a freelance dancer for various choreographers around Europe, such as David Zambrano (Shock), Rui Horta (The Tears of Saladin), Andros Zins-Browne (Limewire, &&&& and The Host) and Albert Quesada (Slow Sports & Wagner/Ligeti). He has also collaborated in creating pieces, such as Fun, Laughs, Good Time with Ludvig Daae and Rebecka Stillman or Manuskriptet Dodo with Karina Sarkissova, a project initiated by Koreografiska Konstitutet in Stockholm. From 2012 to 2014 Baldemar took part in the creation and performance of The Knife/Sorkklubben’s Shaking the Habitual the show, which toured through Europe and North America. At the moment he is involved as a performer in Eveline Van Bauwel’s new piece Infinite journey/In this together and Daniel Linehan’s upcoming creation dbddbb. As a choreographer, Marcus Baldemar is working on his first solo performance.