Abstract : We solve a Mean Variance Hedging problem in an incomplete market where multiple defaults can appear. For this, we use a default-density modeling approach. The global market information is formulated as progressive enlargement of a default-free Brownian filtration and the dependence of default times is modeled by a conditional density hypothesis. We prove the quadratic form of each value process between consecutive defaults times and solve recursively systems of quadratic backward stochastic differential equations. Moreover, we obtain an explicit formula of the optimal trading strategy. We illustrate our results with some specific cases.