Choreographic

  • (adj): Of or concerned with choreography.

Some articles on choreographic:

Lisa Macuja-Elizalde - Biography - Career and Education
... a scholar of the USSR Ministry of Culture when she entered the Vaganova Choreographic Institute, currently known as the Academy of Russian Ballet at Saint Petersburg, Russia ... At the Leningrad Choreographic School, Lisa was coached by Natalia M ... In 1984, on a television interview during the 245th graduation program of the Leningrad Choreographic School at St ...
International Ballet Festival Of Havana - Festivals - 17th & 18th Festival
... to highlight the principal creators and choreographic tendencies that have enriched ballet in the 20th century and in it were present besides the Cubans, six foreign companies among ... companies among them the Dessau Ballett from Germany, and the choreographic Center of Valencia, Spain were present as well as seven Cuban companies and dancers ... the winning work of the 3rd Iberian American Choreographic Competition that corresponded to the Cuban George Enrique Céspedes’ work Por favor, no me limites.. ...
Maggie Allesee National Center For Choreography - Programs and Artists Involved
... Today, MANCC is a choreographic center that promotes experimentation through an emphasis on the creative process ... This mission allows artists to focus solely on the process of choreographic investigation ... The various MANCC programs geared toward fulfilling this goal are Choreographic Fellowship Program Free to Rep Program Living Legacy Program Each of these programs offers a unique ...
Ballets By Robert La Fosse - New York Choreographic Institute
... City Ballet's Choreographic Institute was founded by Irene Diamond and Peter Martins in 2000 ... The institute has three main programmatic programs choreographic sessions, providing choreographers with dancers and studio space fellowship initiatives, annual awards in support of an ...
Charles Weidman - Choreographic Themes
... Weidman was also well known for the range of choreographic styles in which he worked ... choreographed a series called Atavisms which consisted of three pieces Lynch town, a choreographic depiction of a carnal and bloodthirsty mob acting like vultures about to devour their prey, "Bargain Counter ...