Corezon had its first steps in HB Studio, New York City. In 2013, students Pablo Andrade (Venezuela), Ingrid Wheatley (México), Daniela Wong (México), Reza Salazar (Argentina/Peru), Ibeth Massari (Puerto Rico), Maria Fontanals (Spain) and Maria Machado (Venezuela) worked with American professors Jim Boerlin, Ilse Pfeifer, Mark Blum and Carol Rosenfeld to develop work in Spanish. The purpose of this collaboration was to bring more diversity to the tremendous art already emerging within the institution. Soon after its first production, Corezon attracted the attention of the Hispanic theatrical community of NYC. Thus, in 2015, after graduating from the HB Studio, original member Pablo Andrade decided to continue the legacy of the group and officially founded Corezon as an artistic organization. Venezuelan artist Yessi Hernández joined Corezon as Executive Producer. In 2016, Peruvian artist Diego Chiri joined the Corezon family as Associated Director. Many more established artists in the Latino artistic community have worked with the company while it continues to grow towards its goal of telling stories of social justice through the Hispanic perspective.