How To Use Choreography In A Sentence

  • Its choreography is dense with invention, its dancers project a fine fierce physicality and an alert, emotional presence. Stephen Petronio Company – review
  • Different combinations of music, choreography, design and lighting are determined by the roll of a dice.
  • Traditional dances - kozachok, hopak, metelytsia, kolomyika, hutsulka, and arkan - differ by rhythmic figures, choreography, region, and sometimes by gender, but share a duple meter.
  • The "hearts" and "love" that dot his texts and titles have a generic Valentine-card feel to them, but the passions and pulsations that animate his choreography ring with power and expressivity. Earthly Figures in the Clouds
  • In the individual female competition, the Russian school, with its trademark artistry and excellent choreography, again reigned supreme.
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  • Unfortunately it was merely the not inconsiderable technical prowess of his dancers that Page showed off in his emotionally inexpressive choreography.
  • The music and choreography are pretty good. The Sun
  • Cinema, which borrows heavily from theatre in terms of choreography, has a few distinct features of its own that can be exploited.
  • And just the years of dancing and choreography really put her in near constant pain.
  • An eternally flowing river that symbolises life, conveyed through choreography, is an unseen presence throughout the play.
  • I was working on the choreography for a new musical and needed all the strength I could get. Times, Sunday Times
  • At a class on how to make a porn video, our writer picks up hints on camera angles and choreography.
  • In the States, his choreography copped a Bessie award - given for contemporary dance and dance theater.
  • The choreography evokes the ladies' specialties, their lethally polite rivalry, and, most important, the filigreed yet dazzling nature of Romantic-era technique.
  • All the oscars need to do to improve is stop the broadway-like production numbers, forget the interpretative dance choreography, and for god's sakes fire Bruce Vilanch as head writer. kencosgrove Oscars Producer Gives a Ceremony Post-Mortem | /Film
  • Astaire, a professional dancer from the age of 7, did all of his own choreography, and he was as exacting about corrections as the most persnickety repetiteur.
  • Royal chairs were built to be so lightweight that they could easily be moved to the side for the more important choreography of courtiers and king.
  • In 1994, he won a Golden Leo Award for choreography at the Jazz Dance World Congress.
  • However the rousing spectacle of so many dancers performing heroic choreography in unison should not be missed, even if it does not bear repeated viewing.
  • Dazzling costumes, spectacular sets and sensational choreography make this performance by The Rattonians an evening of glamour and glitz.
  • Her choreography, not designed to be easy, is handled very well by the company and makes a thrilling evening in the theatre.
  • As one of my Kosovo friends said last year, this was one of the least unexpected developments in the Balkans in the last two decades: the ground had been well prepared, and the choreography is being duly executed. February Books 14) Dublin Castle and the 1916 Rising
  • The new structure was more ‘artistically focused’ and included a new head of choreography and head of performance.
  • As such, the choreography veers erratically between truly striking theatrical imagery and a surprisingly awkward inarticulation. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is not a complaint about the dancers: they were talented, compliant to the choreography, energetic and committed.
  • Dudamel not only has some of the most fluent stick technique I've ever seen — every cue arrives in flawless time as part of a completely natural-seeming choreography, and his repertoire of gestures is huge and judiciously deployed — but is also a terrific conduit for the enormous amount of energy that flows through the group. Boston Latin
  • Adding zest to the play will be its music, which would include Indian instrumental with choreography by Vrinda Kapur.
  • The guests at the ball turn in amusing performances, particularly Joseph Caley as the rakish, dry-humoured Adoncino, but the central couple have the best of the choreography. Birmingham Royal Ballet: Pointes of View
  • The goal of our program is to challenge students in curricular and cocurricular contexts to further their performance, choreography and critical understanding of dance," Lazier said. Princeton University Top Stories
  • He helped redefine the musical, and opened borders between high art and popular choreography.
  • If his special effects and choreography is good, then he should just get a job in those fields and work his way up like most people do. Ryan vs. Dorkman Director Needs Your Help To Make His First Feature | /Film
  • Moreover, even with the borrowings from flamenco, the movement vocabulary was thin, with very little formal choreography.
  • Judging Criteria: Technique, choreography, musicality, creativity, overall performance and etc.
  • Programmes being introduced this year include screen and media performance, dance choreography and popular music. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cause for celebration, the ninth annual American Choreography Awards, also proved a fine showcase for an array of terpsichorean talents.
  • The entire school takes part in the performance including stage design and production, costume making, script writing, choreography, promotion and fund raising.
  • Regardless of the choreography, staging, costumes, lighting and music that are woven together to create the most scintillating renderings of the moving human form, one fact still remains.
  • You can analyze choreography models produced in the analysis phase to determine which services need to be built from scratch and the existing services you can use.
  • This quality also infused his choreography, which he still occasionally has time for.
  • As an added bonus, since I know absolutely zilch about Bob Fosse, I could not take serious issue with the choreography like the obnoxious couple sitting next to me.
  • One separates from the throng hovers awhile on the edge shudders, hesitates, realizes it is alone, a grace note, composes a radical new choreography darts and dives to its own dance that complements, defies and defines solo and ensemble, both we and me. Contretemps - French Word-A-Day
  • The chorus excels itself, as New Yorkers, suburbanites, cowboys and gods, while blending fluently with the eight professional dancers in William Tuckett's zippy choreography.
  • Whatever theme Jones claims to explore in his highfalutin program note, the actual choreography lacks depth, structure, musicality - rigor of any kind, really.
  • Precious, has choreography by Lea Anderson who was the compere for the recent Channel 4 series Tights!
  • Her first company, a group of smart, supple women, did a series of little pieces in the early 1970s where they essentially created group choreography in performance.
  • Stroman's endlessly inventive choreography blends many forms of dance - from ballroom to jazz to ballet - into an idiom that's both witty and muscular.
  • Overall, the choreography is enhanced by images of animals roaming in the wild.
  • He is a player who delights the senses, and whose ability to turn the brutality of high-end tennis into something resembling advanced choreography is beyond peer. Times, Sunday Times
  • His choreography surrendered to gravity and dealt in angles and broken lines as well as broken phrases.
  • The choreography blended the performances of stage artistes with the voice of the singer.
  • Annual showcase season of contemporary and experimental choreography from home and abroad, with a different triple bill at each performance. Times, Sunday Times
  • The performance culminates with an attractive dance featuring six drums and a mass of dancing female crows with amazing movement synchrony and effective choreography.
  • Recent repertoire has included works by resident choreographer Myers, as well as choreography and commissions by artists Miller, King, and others.
  • It almost doesn't matter that the choreography in this programme of solos and duets is a mixed affair. Times, Sunday Times
  • She's developed a new approach to movement and choreography that's changed the way we look at dance.
  • Lawrence Rhodes, director of the Juilliard School's Dance Division, draws a parallel between the teaching of choreography and the teaching of dance.
  • All this makes him a unique mover and contributes to the originality of his choreography.
  • The choreography is abstract and seemed very difficult - it demands strong technique and exactness.
  • A team of 17 individuals assists the band with marching rudiments, choreography and in developing tight musical and visual components.
  • Programmes being introduced this year include screen and media performance, dance choreography and popular music. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's a fast-moving, hip and cynical tale with no longueurs and has a real cinematic sweep to go with its expert choreography.
  • Like all League tutors, McDaid is trained in anatomy, physiology, science of movement, personal performance and choreography.
  • All the rest of it - the precision choreography, the processed vocals, the glittery minidresses - is just so much make-believe.
  • It offers three-week residencies, most often headed by three master artists, each accomplished in the creation of one of the visual arts, or poetry, writing, music composition, theater, or dance choreography.
  • Of Hodson's three resurrections of Nijinsky choreography, the eighteen-minute Till, calling for more than fifty dancers and set to Richard Strauss's 1895 tone poem of the same name, may have the least evidence to stand on.
  • The musical direction and choreography turn this into a piece of total theatre in which speech, song, and dance harmoniously unite.
  • It will throw a spotlight on the differences in style, choreography and routine between the five companies. Times, Sunday Times
  • However, as filming techniques became both cheaper and simpler many companies and institutions started to preserve dance on film in order to complement notated records of choreography.
  • At its controversial opening night Nijinsky's choreography was considered almost as shocking as the churning rhythms and clamorous orchestration of Stravinsky's score.
  • Rather than elongated phrases, Jones created choreography comprised of signs, gestural language, and everyday movement.
  • The music and choreography are pretty good. The Sun
  • I was working on the choreography for a new musical and needed all the strength I could get. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is entirely up to the dancer to create the atmosphere… to project or translate the choreography across the footlights in a manner that is meaningful for the audience.
  • Not only did Alvin know nothing about choreography, Shawn wrote, but he was not even a good dancer.
  • The intricate, geometric patterns of the choreography mirror the formality of the music, steadfastly ignoring its enchantments.
  • Dancing and choreography for me are two faces of the same coin.
  • His action scenes are beautiful capsules of pure kinetic art and grace, fusing his camera movement and his physical choreography into a singular performance.
  • None of this would matter if the battle scenes and the choreography had one zillionth of the zing of Kill Bill 1.
  • But the comedy is ghastly dull, the choreography fussy and boring - a yawn a minute, I thought sourly.
  • With its relentless army of moppets uniting in sister solidarity to rally against such unpleasantries as cold mush and no Santa Claus, the number is a flurry of imaginative, lively choreography.
  • ‘To us, hip-hop is many styles: break-dancing, pop-locking; intense, ridiculous choreography,’ Bunch said.
  • There's flatfooted choreography and one regrettable rap sequence. Times, Sunday Times
  • She lacked the technical brilliance of some of her rivals but was highly expressive, thanks to a new choreography coach. Times, Sunday Times
  • I had seen his performances, and he represented what I would describe as bad choreography, in the sense that he was quite transgressive, an enfant terrible.
  • Moreover, even with the borrowings from flamenco, the movement vocabulary was thin, with very little formal choreography.
  • You could say that his fractured and frenetic choreography is the exact opposite of classical dance, with its rigid technical hierarchy and logical determination. Times, Sunday Times
  • The choreography combines the martial lurches of capoeira, the summer-scented hips and shuffle of samba, and street dance's propulsive virtuosity. Times, Sunday Times
  • The dancers convey engaging personalities and the choreography is consistently inventive and vigorous. Times, Sunday Times
  • Most of the oldest liturgical choreography continues to be practiced during Sukkot, with the ritual waving of the lulav and etrog, and festive processions around the synagogue, culminating in a seven cycle procession on the last day of Sukkot, Hoshannah Rabbah. Rabbi Barry A. Kenter: Approaching Tishrei: Rain, Rain, Don't Go Away
  • It will throw a spotlight on the differences in style, choreography and routine between the five companies. Times, Sunday Times
  • The splendid choreography by Ann-Marie Brady was also an eye-taking feature.
  • This paper establishes the model of web service choreography based on concurrent transaction logic and the translation rules from WSCDL to concurrent transaction logic are given.
  • This is as lavish as off-Broadway gets, with David Gallo's cubistic set, Mark Dendy's hotblooded choreography and a terrific band led by Stephen Oremus, all marshaled by Barre into a crescendo of debauchery and death. The Two-Party System
  • As they danced, some held aloft giant letters that spelt ‘VOTE’, though poor choreography had managed to anagrammatise the rest of the message.
  • Live music, powerful choreography and a simple performance style allow a modern audience to experience Shakespeare's great love story as an Elizabethan audience might have done.
  • Melissa Hamilton and Eric Underwood make their debuts this season, and physically they are ideal: the visual contrast of Hamilton's translucent fairness against Underwood's dark skin, the bendiness of both their bodies bring a rarefied strangeness to Wheeldon's choreography. Royal Ballet triple bill
  • But for costumers, form still must follow function; the dancer must be able to perform the choreography, and safely, in whatever fabric and design are presented.
  • It takes careful choreography to look this nonchalant, hard work to appear this playful. Times, Sunday Times
  • Even as an octogenarian, newly converted to the thrill of computer-assisted choreography, he was at the forefront of dance innovation. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sudden gusts of drama like this add boldness to Taylor's mainly lyrical choreography.
  • The choreography required him to roll on the floor at a time when fans adored his high leaps and sparkling technique.
  • Who but the world's greatest impresario could attract stage sets by Braque, costumes by Chanel and choreography by Massine, all to guide and enhance the faltering steps of a young Russian composer? Diaghilev: Lord of the dance
  • Nonetheless, his choreography, which often features a racially diverse cast, nudity, and same-sex coupling, is not always easily digested by Middle America.
  • Surprised laughter had met moments of his choreography on more than one occasion.
  • The choreography explores the concept of harmony and echoes the message of non-violence and peace.
  • Annual showcase season of contemporary and experimental choreography from home and abroad, with a different triple bill at each performance. Times, Sunday Times
  • What a feat of choreography it must be – as complex as any paso doble – to get eight big men locked together with eight other big men, on their feet, not moving, awaiting the arrival of the object of desire, or the ball, as we social anthropologists call it. Square-dancing at the scrums engages full force of Brian Moore's law | Martin Kelner
  • The audience sits mesmerised by his expressive choreography, watching each inflection of the hand or eyebrow.
  • What a feat of choreography it must be – as complex as any paso doble – to get eight big men locked together with eight other big men, on their feet, not moving, awaiting the arrival of the object of desire, or the ball, as we social anthropologists call it. Square-dancing at the scrums engages full force of Brian Moore's law | Martin Kelner
  • Clark's talent has always been about paradox, the chaste classical lines of his choreography inflected with a blatant sexual frisson.
  • Still, the choreography leavens the process with sudden ruptures in the pristine order.
  • Design, music and choreography met in performance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Because classroom training is, of necessity, strict, the impulse to play with the grammar of ballet has to be located within choreography courses or in other parts of the syllabus.
  • His choreography is full of intricate rhythms done with up-tempo swing and other driving jazz music forms.
  • The choreography Jones created for this musical is a whirlwind of ritual and nightclub dances, formed in West Africa but repeated throughout the world. 2010 Kennedy Center Honors Watch: Bill T. Jones
  • Amongst the cast is 84-year-old choreography legend Merce Cunningham - playing the part of Sate - living proof, if it were needed, that a lifetime in dance helps keep you spry.
  • It featured giant electrical floats and “human geometrics of bodies reminiscent of the mass choreography typical of Nazism.” A Renegade History of the United States
  • Chinese acrobatic performances enjoy a high reputation world-wide for their skill and difficulty but they have lagged behind in artistic effects and in choreography in recent years.
  • His choreography is at once tightly structured and spatially expansive.
  • Slowly, the images of rehearsal give way to the ultimate performance, a heartrending yet minimalist staging of original choreography.
  • Theatrical dance should ideally be a combined operation of choreography, music and design.
  • It was like a jazz class to some extent but with all the rather distinctive movements he had for his actual choreography.
  • The powerful effect of unison movement and the speed with which show steps are performed makes the choreography visually exciting to the audience.
  • Hergenrother said the breakdancers were judged on synchronicity, choreography and stage presence.
  • The structure we impose is like the choreography of a dance. Christianity Today
  • Although they use traditional forms (farruca, siguiriyas, alegrias), they're a neo-flamenco group, creating contemporary innovations in the formal choreography and music.
  • I performed the choreography with all the leaps and turns that the interpretation demanded and at the end took my curtain call with a bow. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale
  • Wheeldon gives us a potpourri of their choreography, rather than fully developed dances that stand on their own.
  • The story is 19th-century Russian ballet at its most spectacularly kitsch but the classicism of Petipa's choreography remains its unsullied, exquisite heart. This week's new dance
  • A simple piece with meaningful choreography that your dancers can perform well is better than a flashy number that's beyond their abilities.
  • But for costumers, form still must follow function; the dancer must be able to perform the choreography, and safely, in whatever fabric and design are presented.
  • There was a lot of choreography and I just got a little overexcited. The Sun
  • Annual showcase season of contemporary and experimental choreography from home and abroad, with a different triple bill at each performance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Also notable was the choreography of dirty grinds and salsa steps, which were pulled off with equally impressive aplomb.
  • Accompanying James' unorthodox choreography is a stream of video images and an audio mix that includes a sitcom laugh track, a bingo caller and barnyard animals.
  • a confluence of artistry, superb choreography, and stage design.
  • It almost doesn't matter that the choreography in this programme of solos and duets is a mixed affair. Times, Sunday Times
  • A group of robots that paint messages emailed to them via outrace. org in a dazzling display of robo-choreography and light. Constantin Bjerke: Artistic Robots Take Over Trafalgar Square - Outrace at London Design Festival
  • Their courtship was an infinitely sensitive piece of choreography, conducted by the delicate touch of 16 translucent legs and four palps (the short feelers at the front of the head), as well as vibrations transmitted through a tracery of silk. Country diary: Claxton, Norfolk
  • Watching a bellydancer perform choreography is boring. Women Grow Business » Changing the World with Leadership and Bellydancers: Tips for a Better Public Speech
  • The aging girls were ditched in the eighties, but the legacy of bad choreography continues, with anonymous bimbos who stand on raised podiums, shaking their bits to the hits.
  • The choreography, music, lighting and most of all the dancing all combined to convey this pain.
  • The institute's Delhi branch will be managed by seasoned professionals from the fields of acting, modelling and choreography.
  • There are dead patches in both music and choreography during Dance Figures. Times, Sunday Times
  • Spring Collection is a wardrobe full of dance works by some of the best-known names in dance and choreography.
  • And the choreography is a touch snazzier and more ambitious than what was attempted back in the day. Times, Sunday Times
  • Lacy thoughtfully asked us for a French branle, with a tempered choreography without caprioles or jetés. Exit the Actress
  • I'm a bit puzzled that THIS of all things should be taken as an example of "inauthenticity"; some of the choreography has been updated to pass the 2008 audience's cringe-test, and the style is undoubtedly inflected with the Tamil cinema over the past decade, but there is nothing un-masala about that. NAACHGAANA
  • The pace is fast and the choreography can be tricky, with steps and arm movements often deliberately at odds with each other.
  • Simple and neat choreography seemed to be Sushmita's motto for the jatis and the dancers executed her vision with clarity.
  • He muffed a few steps in his solo, but for most of the ballet delivered well the extraordinary combination of modern technique, mime and classical choreography.
  • Too often the intensity of the choreography is cancelled out by the intransigent clamour of Muhly's music; too often it's not allowed to breathe in the calm between the squalls. Stephen Petronio Company – review
  • The action keeps on coming, making up for some poor digital effects with good choreography and plenty of chutzpah.
  • What a feat of choreography it must be, as complex as any paso doble, to get eight big men locked together with eight other big men, on their feet, not moving, awaiting the arrival of the ball. Square-dancing at the scrums engages full force of Brian Moore's law | Martin Kelner
  • Dancing and choreography for me are two faces of the same coin.
  • So although it was a crowd-pleaser with magnificent tutus, there were heart-stopping moments as young dancers struggled to fully realise difficult choreography.
  • choreography that was sobersided and sententious
  • The organisers held a number of other workshops, seminars and panel discussions covering prosthetics and make-up, fight choreography, animation and claymation, acting, and how to make short films.
  • "For the choreography it was pretty easy because that's a big part of what parkour is about," recalls Sebastien.
  • Music, mime and choreography combine in this piece about five characters caught up in a warped reality. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is a player who delights the senses, and whose ability to turn the brutality of high-end tennis into something resembling advanced choreography is beyond peer. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are also the perfect showcases for her peerless choreography. Times, Sunday Times
  • She lacked the technical brilliance of some of her rivals but was highly expressive, thanks to a new choreography coach. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was working on the choreography for a new musical and needed all the strength I could get. Times, Sunday Times
  • The organisers held a number of other workshops, seminars and panel discussions covering prosthetics and make-up, fight choreography, animation and claymation, acting, and how to make short films.
  • In the 11 years since Romanian dictator Nicolai Ceausescu and his rebarbative wife Elena were toppled, the popular uprisings in Eastern Europe have developed their own distinctive choreography.
  • Fix, the product of this prestigious commission, will be performed at New Moves, the Glasgow-based international choreography festival.
  • Ballet in two acts with choreography by Ivanov, libretto by Petipa, music by Tchaikovsky, and designs by M. I. Botcharov, K. Ivanov, and I. Vsevolojsky.
  • The institute's Delhi branch will be managed by seasoned professionals from the fields of acting, modelling and choreography.
  • The United States was recognized as the fount of neoclassic ballet, postmodern dance, and above all jazz, and American choreography and performers were exported to companies throughout the world.
  • The dancing and choreography of Camille Stubel and the cast creates an additional dimension of humour and fluidity in the play.
  • I know the Democrats are capable of their own foolishness and have earned their own marks with lunatics on their own side and hare-brained ideas for how to govern, but compared to the precise choreography, magnificent sets, and beautifully timed entrances and exits that would make Zeigfeld jealous, the Democrats come across like a summer camp skit. GOP Follies
  • There are mini festivals of short film, fashion and choreography. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the ceremony earlier this month, awards were announced in craft categories including outstanding choreography, editing and makeup.
  • Cinema, which borrows heavily from theatre in terms of choreography, has a few distinct features of its own that can be exploited.
  • They are superlative versions of the kids we once were, and the choreography recalls playtime from long ago. Seattle Weekly | Complete Issue
  • Observation is the key to their choreography.
  • Design, music and choreography met in performance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Designing choreography that could never be actualized by human beings.
  • This course will introduce the student to the fundamentals and choreography of hip hop funk styles (example: locking, popping, boogalooing, waving, etc.).
  • Like much of Forsythe's choreography, Duo transformed pointe work from something ethereal into something earthy.
  • The power and limberness of that kick was an extension of her frolicsome quality that Mr. B captured in his choreography.
  • A combination of music, mime and choreography, in which five characters are caught up in a warped reality. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is a rough cut, with some missing audio and some elisions, but it's fascinating to see how thoroughly choreographed this number was when so little of the choreography is visible in the finished film.
  • Music, and choreography, are essential components to these ‘judged’ sports, where it's not what you do but the way that you do it that matters.
  • Finally how fragile it is - choreography that is here today usually is gone tomorrow, lost in either the whirligig of fashion or the roulette-wheel of luck.
  • Everything is up for grabs in this season of new choreography. Times, Sunday Times
  • That poignancy cannot be recaptured now, and the choreography's mass yearnings and grievings feel uncomfortably religiose.
  • There are dead patches in both music and choreography during Dance Figures. Times, Sunday Times
  • Far from an image one would readily conjure up as a waltz, La Valse's sexually provocative choreography was reminiscent of Glen Tetley's lascivious Rite of Spring.
  • Elegant and vigorous, Godden's choreography had the dancers drawing imaginary lines in front of their faces, windmilling their arms at one another, walking backward, and snaking along the back wall.
  • The chorus shimmies, writhes, whirls, frugs, and electric-slides from one end of the stage to the other in the campy choreography of debauched hippies.
  • On the other hand, she notes that the women are now doing her steps, her choreography.
  • There are mini festivals of short film, fashion and choreography. Times, Sunday Times
  • The way he dealt with the music fascinated me and fostered my interest in choreography.
  • Jackson took his choreography from a number of sources: hip-hop, sock hop, "Soul Train," disco, and jazz dance, plus a little tap and Charleston.
  • The word to sum up this production is 'impeccable' - stunning stage set, not a single noticable fluffed line, witty choreography and an ensemble cast of incredible singers. Assassins - Crucible Theatre, Sheffield: 11/03
  • The choreography is fairly basic but lively, with bits of tap, soft shoe, swing and rock.
  • She lacked the technical brilliance of some of her rivals but was highly expressive, thanks to a new choreography coach. Times, Sunday Times
  • Its virtuosic male performers towered impressively on stilts while executing complex choreography and astonishing feats of acrobatics.

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