Kobi Rozenfeld's professional reputation and Heightened demand in the dance industry has led him to work with some of the best entertainers and most notable celebrities in Hollywood . His most recent choreography credits include his work with the British singer and song writer, Natasha Bedingfield, at the "LifeBall" concert in Vienna, with Macy Gray and her latest hit "Beauty in the world", and with non other than the incredible pop sensation, Beyonce, in her 2009/10 I Am,, world tour. Kobi also choreographed for Israeli's "So you think you can Dance" and for the musical show in California's Legoland Amusement Park. in January of 2010, he performed alongside Beyonce as one of the dancers at the Grammy Awards.
Kobi was Born in Israel, Ness Ziona, and has been dancing and choreographing from a very early age. his early credits include performances in the successful productions of Fun-Tazi, Cabaret, Peter Pan and more. Kobi worked with and choreographed for some of the Israeli top pop artists in their music videos as well as National tours. He choreographed for the "Little Mermaid" and won numerous choreography awards at several festivals in Israel.
In Summer 2006, Kobi began working with Keshet Chaim dance ensemble upon his arrival in the United States. He choreographed new pieces for the company and gained great critical acclaim through the groups performances at the Disney Concert Hall, Paramount Studios, The Kodak Theater and for a special on PBS. L.A's top working dancers presented Kobi's choreographic work at the prestigious "Carnival- choreographer's ball" . Kobi was signed with DDO talent agency as a choreographerand dancer.
Kobi travels the world as a free-lance choreographer, and has taught master classes at the Broadway Dance Center in New York and has instructed at workshops in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, France, Slovakia, Spain and Guam. Kobi is currently a faculty member of the Dupree Dance convention which he is touring the US with and very passionate about sharing his love for dance with all those he comes into contact with.