[ UK /kˌɔːɹɪəɡɹˈæfɪk/ ]
[ US /ˌkɔɹiəˈɡɹæfɪk/ ]
  1. of or concerned with choreography
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How To Use choreographic In A Sentence

  • The solo performed by dancer Chang Yong Sung was a choreographically complete composition, and could have easily stood on its own. Walter’s World: Ailey At The Apollo «
  • I think this week was the best ever choreographically. Tonya Plank: So You Think You Can Dance Final Four
  • The Two-Step was a lot of fun (and I'm happy for exposure to yet another new dance), but I think choreographically it lacked variety. Tonya Plank: So You Think You Can Dance Top Eight, and Desmond Richardson!
  • She called out for individuals to do the movement in retrograde, change direction, or otherwise alter the phrase, to create a choreographic pattern she was visualizing on the spot.
  • Formally, it is rhythmical and choreographic, balancing blocks of text and images against blank areas. Nancy Spero: no pity
  • I was in the studio with her and her rehearsal director and choreographic assistant, and we got to work on the new piece that Trisha was starting to make. The New York Public Library: It's Time For Rolex Arts Weekend at the Library: Dancer Lee Serle and Poet Tracy K. Smith share what it's like working with Trisha Brown and Hans Magnus Enzensberger
  • One highlight of the season has been seeing how fluently we all work together when developing the structures and choreographic sequences.
  • However, few scenes are realized as dance action, and the choreographic invention is modest.
  • Canales is at ease within a flamenco vocabulary, but his choreographic forays into contemporary dance are sadly cliched.
  • Unfortunately, this adaptation of Dorian proved dramatically fuzzy and choreographically mundane.
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