Keren graduated from the Academy of the Kibbutz Dance Company (KCDC) in 2003, and worked in several high profile Israeli based companies Fresco, Ido Tadmor Dance Company and Tami Dance Company.
In 2008 she moved to The Netherlands and worked as a co-choreographer and dancer in the Amsterdam based dance company de KISS moves. In the beginning of 2011, she was invited by Mr.Ohad Naharin to be a guest in the Bat Sheva dance company in order to study the Gaga movement language and become a certified Gaga teacher. Keren completed her education in the special pilot of the Gaga teacher-training program at the Bat Sheva dance company complex, Tel Aviv in 2012.
Over the last year she has been working with choreographer Idan Sharabi (Netherlands Dance Theater / Bat Sheva) and will continue her work with Idan towards performances in various dance festivals in Europe and Israel.
Alongside her work in dance companies,
Keren started creating her own works, collaborating with other artist mainly from other art disciplines. ‘Let it Beat’, a duet with Saxoponist Amir Gwirtzman. Performed in festivals and theaters throughout Israel and in ‘Solo@the sea’ festival in Den Haag. ‘Latzoof ulehatzeef’, a collaboration with choreographer Rene Vrilink, Muiderpoort theater Amsterdam. ‘>a flock of us<’, collaboration between artists from Israel and Iceland, premiered in the Reykjavikdance festival, Machol Acher festival, Suzan Dalal center, Israel and performing in Dublin this Autumn.
In the past year Keren has been sharing the Gaga movement language and has been teaching in various professional and open public institutions such as: Henny Jurriens stichting Amsterdam, Dance works Rotterdam company, DISH dance company, Ireland, Dance Ireland center, Ballet Department in Theater school Amsterdam AHK, Reykjavik dance Atalier, Gaga center in Suzan Dellal Tel Aviv, Random Collision in Groningen, Danslab in Den Haag, Crea studio Amsterdam. In 2013 she's invited to teach in Oldenburg dance company, CDSH dance academy in Hamburg as well as in Edinburgh Scotland.