Andrés Corchero discovered Butoh dance in 1985. He traveled to Tokyo, where he studied and worked with Kazuoh Ohno and Min Tanaka, world-renowned teachers. From 1986 to 1995, he danced with Mai-Juku, a dance company directed by Min Tanaka.
He has collaborated with poets such as Feliu Formosa and Antonio Gamoneda and musicians such as Agustí Fernández, Joan Saura, Sílvia Pérez Cruz and Miguel Poveda. His collaborations with choreographers include work with María Muñoz and Pep Ramis from Mal Pelo, Àngels Margarit, Hisako Horikawa and the creation of the Raravis Company with Rosa Muñoz. Since 2012, he has been collaborating closely with the Japanese dancer Oguri.
For more than thirty-five years, he has alternated his work as a creator with that of a pedagogue. He has taught classes and directed workshops all over the world and, since 2005; he has been a teacher at the CSD and ESAD of the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona.
He received, among others, the National Dance Award of Catalonia in 2003 and more recently the Critics' Award 2021.