José Serrano was born in Córdoba where he began his studies in Spanish dance and flamenco under the guidance of maestro Antonio Mondejar. He later moved to Seville with Manolo Marín and at the age of 15 began his professional career in the company of Mario Maya in the show "El Amor Brujo".
In 1988 he was part of the Yoko Komatsubara company in the show “I chose flamenco” premiered at the Spanish Theater in Madrid and in the Rafael Aguilar company in the choreography “Bolero de Ravel”.
In 1989 she works in the Ballet of Cristina Hoyos in her first show “Sueños Flamencos” premiered at the Cirque D ”hiver, within the Paris Festival.
In 1989 she participates in the film “Montoyas y Tarantos” by director Vicente Escriva.
That same year he joined the National Ballet of Spain, remaining until 1998, where he performed practically the entire repertoire as soloist and first dancer, highlighting the role of “Jason” in “Medea” by Jose Granero, under the direction of Miguel Narros.
At the same time, he participates in the staging of “La Gallarda” by Rafael Alberti at the opening of Expo 92 in Seville.
In 1998 he joined the Antonio Canales company as a guest artist, playing the main roles in the plays “La casa de Bernarda Alba” and “Guernica” directed by LLuis Pascual.
In 1998 he joined the Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía as a guest artist and remained until 1999.
In 1999 he choreographed “A Fuego Slow” together with Luis Ortega to celebrate the International Dance Day gala at the Albeniz Theater in Madrid.
He plays the character “Julio Romero de Torres” from the show “Musa Gitana” by Paco Peña’s company premiered in London.
He travels to Japan to choreograph with Luis Ortega the show “Bodas de Sangre” by Yoko Komatsubara’s company.
In the year 2000 he enters as a guest artist and choreographer of the company of Sara Baras and remains until 2017. Performing and creating together with the artist, the shows:
“Juana la Loca” “Sabores” “Mariana Pineda” “Carmen” “Talent in its purest form”, “Essence”, “La Pepa”, “Medusa”, “Voices” and “Shadows”
In 2005 he choreographed and performed with Sara Baras the piece “Asturias” for the film “Iberia” by Carlos Saura.