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  • noun The creation of dance movements; choreography.


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dance +‎ making


  • The colorful creation, first shown in this staging in June at the Tanglewood Music Center, is sung in the original Russian and exemplifies Mr. Morris's inspired use not only of music, but of text in his dancemaking.

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  • The position is a first for ABT and -- given the Russian's background in dancemaking as well as experience in helping stock a ballet company's repertory -- something of a fluid one.

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  • Saint Joseph Ballet is well-known for its wildly successful arts-based youth programs, helping to cultivate self-esteem, confidence, and leadership through dancemaking principles.

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  • That's Boykin, and the organic, space-conscious way she approaches dancemaking: Get the overall feel and attitude of the movement, then go back later to fill in the holes. - Latest Videos

  • Parent Participation An "Informance" is an informal / informational / performance showing the parents the skills, vocabulary, and dance concepts learned, as well as the dancemaking process

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  • Welch is certainly a world-renowned modern choreographer, as is van Manen, and Robbins is a recognized genius in dancemaking.

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  • The problem for such glib acolytes was that their efforts to keep their dancemaking independent of their works’ music or their chosen visual elements were frequently half-hearted.

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  • And at a certain point in my dancemaking, as I was growing up, I thought, "I'm getting too far away from those urges.

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