choreography

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Synonyms for choreography

the representation of dancing by symbols as music is represented by notes

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a notation used by choreographers

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The son of a Mexican father and a Mexican-American mother, Balderrama was thrilled when Andy Blankenbuehler, his old ensemblemate from his first Broadway show, Saturday Night Fever, and now the In the Heights choregrapher, called to ask if he wanted to be involved.
Tina, an operations manager from Halesowen, has been a member of the town's Startime Variety group for nine years and was a dancer and former choregrapher with the society.
Recently, it was Carousel which deserved the bouquets and I was delighted to see it discussed seriously under the work of choregrapher Agnes de Mille, who changed American musical history when she created the dances for Oklahoma
Also On This Day:1889: Birth of conductor Sir Adrian Boult; 1904: Britain and France signed the Entente Cordiale agreement: 1950: Death of Russian dancer and choregrapher Vaslav Fomich Nijinksy; 1973: Death of Spanish painter Pablo Picasso; 1986: Clint Eastwood elected Mayor of Carmel, California; 1990: British golfer Nick Faldo won his second successive US masters after a play-off.
The teachers in Russia," Danilova adds, "and the Russians in Paris encouraged us to be personalities, not just robots for the choregrapher.
The piece takes its cue from the inspiring idea, for a choregrapher, that Shiva, Lord of the Dance, brought the world into being through his dancing.
We hire children who are very quick and bright," says Annie Warbucks choregrapher Peter Gennaro who also choregraphed the original Broadway production of Annie.
Company member Rioult is a promising choregrapher with several independent programs to his credit.