By Katie Marsico
Learn in regards to the exciting international of choreography and discover what it takes to make it during this aggressive occupation.
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2. Choreographers—Vocational guidance—Juvenile literature. I. Title. 82—dc22 2011001170 Cherry Lake Publishing would like to acknowledge the work of The Partnership for 21st Century Skills. org for more information. Printed in the United States of America Corporate Graphics Inc. July 2011 CLFA09 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE MAKING ALL THE RIGHT MOVES CHAPTER TWO FROM AUDITION TO OPENING NIGHT CHAPTER THREE BECOMING A CHOREOGRAPHER CHAPTER FOUR LOOKING TOWARD THE FUTURE SOME FAMOUS CHOREOGRAPHERS GLOSSARY FOR MORE INFORMATION INDEX ABOUT THE AUTHOR CHAPTER ONE MAKING ALL THE RIGHT MOVES Emerson and her friends took a break on the stage of their school auditorium.
Tools such as digital cameras, video recorders, and computers all come in handy for choreographers. They can be used to capture and play back details from auditions, rehearsals, and performances. This makes it easy for choreographers to study carefully their dancers’ movement. It helps them determine which parts of the choreography need to be improved or replaced. Can you picture yourself reviewing the dance moves for a hit Broadway show or a popular music video? You’re about to learn how some men and women make these dreams come true!
First, he taught them the choreography for the ballet they were to perform. As artistic director, he helped them prepare for the performance. The ballet would take place in just a few days. Tickets were already sold out. Tim could relate to the mixture of emotions he saw in the dancers’ faces. He had once been in their shoes. He spent 10 years performing ballet professionally before becoming a choreographer. During that time, he took courses in choreography at a nearby dance academy. Tim also danced with several companies before forming his own.