Brunella Baldi begins the study of dance in Florence. Later on, she moves to France, and graduates in Paris, at the Centre International de la Danse and the Fédération Française de Danse, where she studied with numerous French choreographers of "Nouvelle Danse" (J. Gaudin, Dizien B., C. Bastin, Gallotta etc.) as well as with Americans (Aaron Osborne, Risa Steimberg, Douglas Dunn). The most significant meeting in her formation and career as a choreographer is with Dorothy Madden. She begins working as a choreographer in 1985, and since her return to Italy she has dedicated herself to the teaching of contemporary dance. She founded the group BALDANZA. In 2008, she began working as an illustrator and in 2015 opened the space-gallery-workshop called Cartavetra.