- 03/04/2017 at 12:00 am #2258Rakesh varmaMember
could anyone please kindly suggest me the ideas regrading the how to become a choreographer. so that i can avhieve my dream in doing so and become successful in the career. so anyone could kindly help me in knowing the details regarding the how to become a choreographer. so that i can become popular and can also reach to the greater heights in my life, so please help me
- 03/04/2017 at 12:00 am #8178ManikantaMember
this seems to great to hear that you are very passionate about your dreams. here are the details you needed
Choreographers assemble individual dance steps into artistic performances. Most study several forms of dance to provide the best expression of their creative vision. Depending on the size of the production, a choreographer will likely audition dancers for a piece, have input regarding costumes, set design and lighting, and will choose the music for the show. Some choreographers, who work for a dance company, may handle administrative duties. Choreographers can be self-employed, while others work exclusively with one dance company. As a result, the job of a choreographer may come with some instability as job opportunities fluctuate.
Dance companies often travel for a portion of the year, and choreographers must go with the company as they move around. Workdays can be long, since rehearsals take place during the day and performances are held at night. Some positions may be physically demanding. Almost all choreographers are trained as dancers before tackling choreographic direction. Though no formal education is required, some employers prefer applicants with degrees in dance.
- Step 1: Receive Dance Training. Choreographers employ creative and original styles for dance moves and performances. …
- Step 2: Consider Formal Education. …
- Step 3: Gain Experience.