Definition of choreologist in English:


Pronunciation /-jist/


See choreology

‘This new production, staged by Cranko expert Reid Anderson and Benesh choreologist Jane Bourne, featured scenery and costumes by Susan Benson that were borrowed from the National Ballet of Canada and never before seen in New York.’
  • ‘In 1960 the Royal Ballet became the first company to hire a professional choreologist.’
  • ‘Caroline Palmer (choreologist) has been with me the whole time on this production notating as I've been choreographing.’
  • ‘His second work for Ballet Hispanico is Tears for Violeta, which was created in September of 1995 while I was rehearsal director and choreologist with the company.’
  • ‘When a ballet is revived, the choreologist will come in with a big book and some videos, and we start from the beginning with the steps.’