Neus Ledesma Vidal is a choreographer and performer from Barcelona, currently living and working in Bremen. Through multidisciplinary collaborations, her work deals with identity and biography, feminism and the relationship between text and movement. 

In 2010 she graduated from London Contemporary Dance School, where she started to develop her ideas as a choreographer. In 2011, back in Barcelona she co-founded HandMadeDance with Andrea Just, an artistic collective which created multidisciplinary projects based on movement. . They worked with video makers, photographers, ephemeral architects and mapping and streaming experts. In 2016 they premiered Croma at MAC Festival in Barcelona, a multi-location performance funded by CreatiFI (EU).

In 2013 she finished an online BA on Media and Communication as well as a Postgraduate in Arts Management at Idec-Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

Since 2017 she is based in Bremen where she combines her every day as a dance teacher with dance projects as a performer and choreographer. She works regularly with TanzKollektivBremen/Magali Sander Fett (31 Skizzen, 2D Dramatic Dimensions, Kick&Rush). In 2018 she was part of the dance ensemble in the opera ‘Die Tote Stadt’ directed by Armin Petras. She had her first experience as a performer for a young audience with Sound in a Box by Pretty Playful Productions. In 2020 she participated in the first Bremer Tanzdialoge with Tim Gerhards und was part of the team of Digital Dialogues, premiered within Tanz Bremen Festival in 2021.

In 2021 she premiered ‘rebonico‘, an homage to the traditional dance of her home town and her first piece created in Germany.

In 2022, alongside colleagues Gabriela Valdespino and Farzad Golghasemi, she produced and curated RESTORE_a series of site-specific performances in the West of Bremen.