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- n. A person who choreographs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The designer or arranger of a ballet.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who creates new dances
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Perhaps the word "choreographer" is surprising to some of you, but it is entirely appropriate.
The 33-year-old dancer/choreographer is booked for the next two years with commissions from the Met, ABT, and other international organizations.
This is what's to be found in choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui's work "Sutra," which will be presented Nov. 2, 3 and 4.
June 30, 2005 09: 44 robot mark: their choreographer is named Trish.
Lady Gaga, not the world's most naturally gifted dancer, from someone who helped her look as if she was: long-term choreographer and Haus of Gaga creative director, no less Laurieann Gibson .
Nicholas Leichter is often described as a choreographer who blends different styles: hip-hop and modern, West classical and street.
Take her top two numbers from last season: Randi and Evan’s butt dance was undeniably cute, but it lacked that certain substance that the choreographer is famous for incorporating into her numbers.
A large part of his income during the '30s came from creating dances he was not yet called a choreographer for the giddy musicals of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart.
Founders Paz Tanjuaquio and Todd Richmond are a husband-wife arts team: both create visual art, but she is best known as a choreographer and dancer, while he is a composer and filmmaker who also can build seemingly anything that's needed.
Mr. Morris's "Hard Nut" might well be classified as the choreographer's own "big baby."