Andrés Márquez started his career dancing the original folkloric genres of his hometown Veracruz at the age of 3.
He was first introduced to huapango and son jarocho, which are two of the most representative forms of Mexican folklore.
Some appearances include Blue Note Jazz Festival, European Pairlament, MIDEM Festival Cannes, MAMA Festival Paris, Forum Universal de las Culturas, BB KING´s, ShapeShifter Lab.
Among some of the most remarkable instructors are Noel Savon, Kim Plainfield, Ralph Peterson, Dave Samuels, Roberto Vizcaino, Greg Osby, Horacio “el negro” Hernandez, Francisco Mela, Victor Mendoza, Jamire Williams, Victor Wooten, Kenwood Dennard, Terri Lyne Carrington, Polo Ortí and Laura Karpman.
Currently he is a recipient of the well-known Presidential Scholarship at Berklee College of Music, he is part of Berklee Valencia's first class program. He directs and promotes his own project “One with the Plan” (former Xelha Collective), he is part of “Flamenco Soul Project” led by seven-time Grammy award winner Javier Limon, he tours with “The Creative Music Front” jazz quintet & he is part of Victor Mendoza’s Latin Jazz Project.