A choreographer does not necessarily have to be in dance alone. Even fashion shows and ramp walks have choreographers. From start to finish a choreographer must be sensitive to a great many tiny details that make up an impressive big picture that can also get you a win. It is not an easy task but it is definitely not impossible. Here are some helping tips to enable you to create a choreography that is sure you get you to the finishing line ahead of everyone else.
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Decide on an idea that will really work
This is the first step that will decide everything else. If you get the idea wrong, the rest of the choreography will not work too. This means that the more you think of the concept, the story that you ant to tell, the costumes, the ambiance and how you can enhance the atmosphere, like say artificial snow machines and the likes if that is part of the story, you will succeed better in your choreography. Just remember that when the audience watches, they need to be able to relate to the story and understand what you are trying to say. It needs to feel real to the onlookers for it to be a hit.
Make it unique and real
Everything should feel real and nothing should feel like it has been attempted. If you must, use whatever external help you can get. Use winter effects in Hong Kong to add depth and texture to the atmosphere and settings of your piece. Use the full impact of good lighting if it is available and get your make up sorted by a skilled artist who knows how to make even the most far out looks feel approachable. Take a perspective that is unique and has not been explored over and over again.
Choose the correct music
The music that you choose for your choreography will decide a lot of how successful it is. The music needs to suit the mood that you are trying to create. In addition to this, the melody needs to be one that people can remember or in other words, catchy song.
When it comes down to the actual choreography, you first need to decide if this is a solo performance or group act. If it is a group act, the entire crew needs to move perfectly in sync. Even if one dancer is out of tempo, the rest will feel the blow too. If it is a solo act, there needs to be an impactful performer who can deliver the steps with absolute perfection. The more complex the performance is, the better skilled performers and artists you will need. All of the steps and movements need to be rehearsed over and over again until you feel that you can do the performance with ease even blindfolded.