Translation of choreograph in Spanish:

choreograph

coreografiar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈkɔriəˌɡræf//ˈkɒrɪəɡrɑːf/

transitive verb

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    coreografiar
    hacer la coreografía de
    • Pollyann, 40, who runs the Tanwood School of Dancing, helped to choreograph Catherine's dances when she attended the Hazel Johnson School of Dancing in Swansea.
    • He choreographed ballets that involved the full company in explosive outbursts of energy.
    • In 1814 he moved to Lyons and then to Vienna where he choreographed numerous ballets and divertissements.
    • The presentation was an enormous success, and Toye was soon much in demand, choreographing ballets and dance routines for numerous stage companies.
    • He's 45, he writes plays, directs operas and choreographs ballets - his curious version of Swan Lake ruffled feathers when it was staged at the Edinburgh International Festival two years ago.
    • After leaving Swindon, Floyd joined the Union Dance Company and had choreographed his first ballet within three years.
    • Becki is the only one in the band who doesn't play an instrument but her role is no less important, as she choreographs the dance moves which are a major part of the Pipettes' package.
    • Jason is in his fifth season with the Washington Ballet and he has choreographed several other dances for them.
    • Then sometimes back at the studio I will give them several phrases of a waltz or march to choreograph a dance using the images, color, texture, and perspective that they saw in the museum.
    • She has annually organised and choreographed sell-out shows starring her pupils, with all the proceeds going to local charities.
    • I feel that choreographing ballets is the same as a director directing a play.
    • The ballet was directed and choreographed by Reema Goyal, a dance tutor at the institute.
    • Together they lived in China and South Africa, and although becoming involved in the politics of both countries, she still found time to study and choreograph dances.
    • In his first year, he staged Apollo, updated The Nutcracker, commissioned Dwight Rhoden to choreograph two ballets, and created two new works himself.
    • New York City Ballet's 22-year-old Melissa Barak started choreographing ballets when she was 8.
    • We need to be as creative about choreographing our economic health as we are about choreographing our dances.
    • Who choreographed a ballet based on Wuthering Heights for the Paris Opera Ballet?
    • In choreographing the dance sequences, Chelsom shows too much restraint and good taste.
    • The best of the five other dances was choreographed a young member of the company, Leandro Delgado.
    • Kathryn led her own contemporary dance company for eighteen years and now choreographs for ballet companies nationally and internationally.