- Dance (across multiple styles, including ballet, jazz, hip-hop, ballroom, contemporary, and tap)
- Marching band.
- Ice skating.
- Synchronized swimming.
- Cinematography (action scenes, for example, often require fight choreography)
What are the types of choreographer?
- classical ballet.
- contemporary dance forms such as jazz, hip-hop, street or freestyle.
- musical theatre.
- ballroom and Latin American, such as salsa.
- highland or Scottish country (ceilidh) dancing.
- cultural, such as Irish, Indian, African or belly dancing.
What are the different choreography techniques?
Several underlying techniques are commonly used in choreography for two or more dancers: Mirroring – facing each other and doing the same. Retrograde – performing a sequence of moves in reverse order. Canon – people performing the same move one after the other.
What is open style choreography?
Open-Style choreography refers to the combination, or lack thereof, of any musical style or form that contributes to self-expression. The Mantey Twins will explain one’s relationship with the art of movement connected to music or no music at all!
What are the 9 choreographic forms?
Choreographic Forms Structures that a choreographer uses in the creation of a dance such as AB, ABA, rondo, canon, theme and variation, call and response, and narrative.
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