Roni Rotem was born in Israel. Graduating from Dror High School of the Arts, Roni continued her dance training at Danceworkshop Gaaton, working with Israeli choreographers: Ohad Naharin, Rami Beer & Idan Sharabi among others. Upon completing her studies, Roni joined the Jerusalem Dance Theater dance company. Roni earned her BA in Education and Dance from the Kibbutzim College, While danced as a member of the Shlomi Bitton Dance Group. As a choreographer, Roni created the duet "Half" which selected to Suzanne Dellal Center’s Shades of Dance Choreography Competition and International Exposure 2016. "Half" went on to win 1st prize in the 2016 I Believe Dance Competition in Israel. The work toured Spain, performing at the Agitart Festival in Figueres and festivals around Israel. In 2018, she created the trio "Men To Be", which premiered as part of the Blender Series at Bascula and went on to be presented in the Tel Aviv Dance Festival, International Exposure, 10 Sentidos dance Festival in Valencia, Spain (May 2019) and more. Roni's 3rd work, “Candyland" was created in a residency at Lake Studios Berlin In October 2018. Candyland's Israeli premiere at Suzanne Dellal center and continued to tour in Israel and Europe. Roni will premiere her new work "Virtual Humans" at Paul Studios Berlin in November 2019, following a month-long residency. As a dance teacher, she is holding contemporary classes and masterclasses in Tel Aviv, Kibbutz contemporary dance company summer intensive, and the several studios in Berlin.