Born in Havana, Cuba, Josué Tacoronte graduated from the Conservatory of Music "Amadeo Roldán" in classical guitar performance. He has won awards at prestigious guitar competitions such as Concurso Guillermo Tomás and Amadeo Roldán. He is an active member of the National Union of Artists and Composers of Cuba, UNEAC.
Since 1997, Josué has ben involved in the Flamenco genre, firstly as a performer, composer and arranger for the Spanish Ballet of Cuba, for which he has created such compositions and arrangements as "Carmen", "la Habana Valdez", "Tras las Huellas", "Yo te quiero", "Flamenco Vivo", "Flamenco en Concierto", "Invocación a la Danza", "El Cargador de Sueños", and others.
Josué has performed at such prestigious concert halls as Teatro nacional Sala Avellaneda, Gran Teatro Gracia lorca. Teatro America, Teatro de la Caridad Cienfuagos, Teatro Amadeo Roldán en Havana, Cuba, Sala de Concierto de Tanger, Morroco, Teatro Municipal and Aula Magna Simon Bolivar in Arequipa, Peru, Teatro nacional de la danza en Distrito Federal, Teatro Josefa Ortis de Dominguez, Teatro de La Republica de Queretaro. Teatro Manuel Doblado de Leon, Angela Peralta de Guanajuato in Mexico, Teatro Narcisco Yepes in Ordino, Andorra and such festivals as International Cultural Festival in Barcelona, Spain, International Guitar Festival in Arequipa, Peru, International Guitar Festival in Ensenada, Mexico, Festival of Latinoamerican Music in Paris, France.
Since 2001 he has been involved in the organization "Proart" as a professor of guitar, as well as a composer and performer wit the Spanish Ballet Company "Proart". In 2003 he worked as a musical director at Technological University in Queretaro, Mexico, where he taught guitar, choir, musical ensemble, and directed the production of the award-winning musical comedy "La Mujer del Panadero".
Josué participated in the International Festival of Spanish Dance "Ibérica Contemporánea" in 2007 and 2009, where he directed a group of musicians of the Spanish Ballet Company Proart in the performance of the inauguration, celebrated at Teatro de la República. In March 2009, he performed his own compositions at the opening of the Concert of Spanish guitar dedicated to José Antonio Rodríguez at Antigua Casa Mota of the historical center of Queretaro, together with maestro José Antonio Rodríguez.
As a musical director and composer for the Spanish Ballet Company Proart, he has performed in various concert halls of the republic, in such productions a “Compás al Aire”, “Expresión Flamenca” y “Callejones de Sombra”, sharing the stage with such internationally renowned artists as María Juncal, Joaquín Grilo, Manolo Marín, Cristóbal Reyes, Pedro sierra, Joaquín Ruiz, Raquel Ruiz, Antonio Rey, and others.He has also written music for such productions as “De fiesta en fiesta”, “Flor sin raíz”, “Sueños de infancia”, “Imágenes de España”, “Memorias de una plaza”, “Encuentros” y “El sonido de lo nuestro”.
In 2006, Josué directed and performed arrangements for the show "Mextizo", featuring the Spanish Ballet Company Proart, with a different perspective, reviving the richness of our culture, a fusion of roots, through the art of dance and music, and has performed in the city of Queretaro as well as Centro Nacional de las Artes, Festival del Desierto del Altiplano Potosino, International Cultural Festival of Zacatecas, International Festival 'Ibérica Contemporánea".
In 2007 he realised his first CD production, "Josué Tacoronte y SKPAO", with an objective to unite styles and periods of music that resulted in the popular, traditional Latin and Iberoamerican culture, such as: bolero, son, jazz, flamenco, and concert music in which he has based his studies and artistic development.
Presently, Josué Tacoronte is involved as a musical director of the Spanish Dance Company "Mexico Flamenco", as well as the general director of the Academy of Music and Dance "Ensamble" in Queretaro, Mexico, and maintains a busy concert schedule as a soloist and in collaboration with other artists.