Chevi Muraday, after studying Contemporary Dance in Spain, Europe and the United States, is awarded Best Dancer at the VII Choreography Contest of Madrid in 1992. The idea of creating a contemporary dance company originates at that moment and takes off later in 1997 with the name of LOSDEDAE.
The Company has created more than 30 pieces since then: El cemento crió hierba (awarded a prize in the Choreography Contest of Maspalomas, Canary Islands), Morfología de la Soledad (Movimiento II) (awarded a prize in the Choreography Contest of Madrid), Onions, Deshielo de Recuerdos, Me Amontono, Kargá, La Promesa, Punto Ciego and many others.
Chevi Muraday is awarded the National Dance Prize in 2006. He later pays tribute to the profession in 2007 at the Madrid en Danza festival in the piece called Se ruega puntualidad along with other well-known choreographers from Madrid like Teresa Nieto, Carmen Werner, Mónica Runde, Daniel Abreu, Juan de Torres, Daniela Merlo, Francesc Bravo and Nicola Rambaud.
From 2007, LOSDEDAE is a bonding company of the city Alcalá de Henares where they reside. Their premises where they develop all their creations are also used in the programme called LSD IN MOVEMENT. It is an initiative created to host temporarily emerging companies and choreographers that need a working space to create and produce their works.
In 2012 he debuts at the Madrid en Danza festival with Trátame como me merezco on the road, a duet that incorporates the versatile Alberto Velasco to the company. It is a short piece played in a truck-theatre that brings contemporary dance to places with no stage. This play was created aiming to approach dance to the public wherever it is.
At the end of 2012 he presents Return together with the actress Marta Etura. A work that delves into the boundaries among movement and word making this type of creation hallmark of the company.
In 2013 they create Cenizas o Dame una razón para no desintegrarme again with the actor Alberto Velasco in collaboration with La Casa de la Portera. This piece reinforces the interest of the Company in bringing dance to no conventional spaces in the search for new audience. This play will be finalist in the Max Awards for two nominations: Best Dancer (Chevi Muraday) and Best Dance Performance.
The 2014 production En el desierto debuts at Las Naves del Teatro Español in Madrid. A piece that counts on 7 actors on stage including dancers with a long experience within the company like Sara Manzano, Ana Erdozain or Alberto Velasco and new incorporations like the renowned actors Maru Valdivieso or Ernesto Alterio.