Albert Quesada trained at the Hogeschule voor de Kunsten in Amsterdam and at P.A.R.T.S in Brussels. Before that he studied philosophy and multimedia engineering in Barcelona. Central to Quesada’s work is the discovery and translation of musical structures into choreography. He is also fascinated by group movements and dynamics. In 2005 he began to work on “Solo on Bach & Glenn”, a piece that subsequently grew and toured, and from which the duet “Solos Bach & Gould” emerged. Since 2009 he has also danced with ZOO – Thomas Hauert. Together with Marcus Baldemar, Federica Porello, Mireia de Querol and Zoltán Vakulya he founded the company ACME, which creates artistic projects for education and the stage. In 2019 Quesada choreographed his first group piece, “Flamingos”, at Mercat de les Flores, Barcelona.