Make a Choreography

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For those of us who aren´t genius  choreographers, we can still improve our skills and become better with next 10 steps:

  1. Inspiration

What you see, hear, feel, touch in everyday life can be a trigger for you as a choreographer. A story plot you’ve read

  1. Choose your music and edit
The music to inspire highs and lows in your piece.

  1. Choose a theme
It’s time to start honing your overall vision. It can still be helpful to find a storyline.

  1. Map out your timing
It helps me focus and see the music all at one time, on paper.  

  1. Envision the dance
Cover both depth and length? These details can also be hashed out once you’re working on the piece.

  1. Account for your dancers’ skills
If you have dancers with limited skills, don’t over-choreographer. Difficult movements will just magnify where they are lacking.  

  1. Choose the steps
Keep in mind steps 5 and 6

  1. Try it in real life
Brilliant piece of choreography has turned out to be a dud once it moved from just me dancing in my kitchen to adding 2 or more real live people.

  1. Check your theme with your choreography
Can the audience relate to it? If your dance is to be memorable, you’ve got to impact the heart. When the dancer is moved, the audience will be, too.  

  1. There’s no shame in recycling!
Recycling happens, especially when partners change. Even Disney animators recycle! they’ve been recycling dance sequences ever since!




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  • Have you rely on this steps to create a choreography? Tell us which is your technique?

Welcome to this activity created by Junior Advisor Ms. Areli Gallaga from Reforma. Take note of all the pink words, read the text, watch the video and answer the question in the comment section below.

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