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  1. choreographernoun

    someone who creates new dances


  1. choreographernoun

    A person who choreographs.


  1. choreographer

    A choreographer is a professional who designs and arranges dances or movements for performances. They may work for ballet companies, theater productions, film, television shows, or other performing arts events. Choreographers are responsible for creating original routines and interpreting existing dances, ensuring motions and sequences are in harmony with the music or story line, and often teaching the routines to performers.


  1. Choreographer

    One who designs or plan the movements of (a dance, esp. a ballet). A person who composes or arranges dances or other movements (e.g., "master of swords") for a musical or dramatic presentation or entertainment.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of choreographer in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

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    The numerical value of choreographer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

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  1. Allen Thomas:

    I took all those strategies and tools that I learned as a dancer and choreographer, and I set the tone for my family, set the tone for the doctors, the team.

  2. Paris Opera director Stephane Lissner:

    (Millepied) brought a lot to the ballet, being the ballet director and a much sought after choreographer was causing him trouble ... Aurelie will bring a lot of other things as she will take her post in September.

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