Born in Tel-Aviv, Sharon Lavi is a dancer, choreographer and teacher of a very personal tap style. He studied in Israel with professors such as Michal Israelstam, Zvia Brumer and Ellida Geyra or Sarah Petronio, among other recognized teachers. In 1995, he was the first tap dancer to receive the official title of Prominent Dancer of his country. Since 1998 he has been guest artist and soloist in different international tap and / or dance festivals in countries such as Israel, Spain, France, the United States, Russia and South Africa.
In 2001, he joined the company Camut Band with which he toured internationally to this day and, a year later, founded the company Sharon Lavi, in which he created, directed and produced the shows BoomBach, MONKEYS, KexevKezev, EPIC and FRAGMENTS. In 2016 he created the choreography for Mustache, The Rhythm Musical, directed by Coco Comín, work for which he receives the prize for the best choreography at the annual Musical Theater Awards gala. Sharon Lavi dedicates his professional career to research, creation and production of a genuine and own tap language that creates school.