The First 10 Steps to Choreographing a Performance – GlitterGirl

Posted: February 3, 2014 by lambentI2e in Information, theforeverstudent

Photo: Sari Blum
Artists: GlitterGirl & Zihni

There are many pieces of criteria appropriate to this because you want to pick your music based on the audience for whom you will be performing. For example, a glitch piece for an 80-year-old nursing home performance might not be as appropriate as it would be for 20-year-olds burners. Similarly, one should consider the sort of impact one wants to have on the audience after the performance. For example: do you want them to be upbeat? Do you want them to be left with questions? You wanting more mysterious piece? Should it be more ethereal? There are many different things to consider in the process of selecting the music as this will affect not just the auditory tone of the performance but the overall performance tone.

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