Translation of choreography in Spanish:


coreografía, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkɔriˈɑɡrəfi/ /ˌkɒrɪˈɒɡrəfi/


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    coreografía feminine
    • A simple piece with meaningful choreography that your dancers can perform well is better than a flashy number that's beyond their abilities.
    • Performing her own modern choreography at The Juilliard School rekindled her drive.
    • Seeing his choreographies is always a treat, but attending a talk at the Candian Centre for Architecture with American choreographer William Forsythe gave followers extra insight to Forsythe as choreographer and as a person.
    • His choreography surrendered to gravity and dealt in angles and broken lines as well as broken phrases.
    • For next year's Hamburg Ballet Days, Jiri will contribute several choreographies of his own.
    • The dancing and choreography of Camille Stubel and the cast creates an additional dimension of humour and fluidity in the play.
    • Performances by Susan Daniel, Elaine Dunbar and Dawn Sadoway were flawless and the height of craft - as was the music and choreography.
    • The Royal Ballet has won audiences for 70 years now with its own choreographies.
    • 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.
    • Her choreography, not designed to be easy, is handled very well by the company and makes a thrilling evening in the theatre.
    • The choreography, music, lighting and most of all the dancing all combined to convey this pain.
    • Rather than learning set choreographies, students are encouraged to develop an understanding of the music and traditional movements, and to use this as a foundation for their own personal expression and creativity.
    • The portion of the case dealing with rights to Graham's choreography might be heard as early as this fall.
    • Lerman's professional company carried the three choreographies requiring strong technique and they interpreted their material well.
    • Farrell's sense of discovery in every step and her sheer generosity of spirit within the very different choreographies of these three masters make her living example invaluable.
    • Rounding off the night are two short but powerful choreographies, Kaamos and Arbos, making their Canadian debut in this show, which runs until June 2 at Place des Arts.
    • Part of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens' program is the series Les Grands Européens, which features choreographies by Duato, transplanted American William Forsythe and Czech artist Jiri Kylian.
    • The second act was a continuous display of skilled dancing and complicated choreography, originally designed by Lev Ivanov of the Russian Ballet at the turn of the 19th century.
    • 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.
    • An essential element of Ballet Central's programmes are new choreographies from emerging and established choreographers as well as new scores from composer and Musical Director Philip Feeney.