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The art or practice of creating actual body movement patterns (or representations of them) in which motion, form, or both are specified is known as choreography. The word "choreography" can also refer to the actual design.
A choreographer is a person who makes choreographies by choreographing, which is the practice of choreography. Most frequently, it alludes to choreography for dance.
The term "choreography" in dance can also refer to the actual design, which is occasionally conveyed through dance notation. Dance composition is another name for dance choreography.
The compositional use of organic unity, rhythmic or nonrhythmic articulation, theme and variety, and repetition are all components of dance choreography. Improvisatory techniques may be used during the choreographic process to generate creative movement concepts. Typically, dances that are intended to be presented as concert dances are created through choreography.
The practice of choreography entails defining human motion and form in terms of space, shape, time, and energy, usually within an empathetic or non-literal setting. Ballet, contemporary dance, jazz, hip-hop, folk dance, K-pop, religious dance, pedestrian movement, and mixtures of these are all used as sources for movement language.
The median yearly wage for choreographers in 2020 was $43,680. In that year, the top 25 percent earned $63,080, while the bottom 25 percent earned $29,420. A few Indian Choreographers who have made a career in Choregraphy are Tarun Nihalani, Shivani Patel, Suraj Yadav, and Devashish.