In dance, choreography is the act of designing dance. Choreography may also refer to the design itself, which is sometimes expressed by means of dance notation.
A choreographer is one who designs dances. Dance choreography is sometimes called dance composition.
Choreography is an artistic opportunity to express one’s personality through the creation of dance. A choreographer designs and directs routines used in dances and performances. They love movement and the art of dance, but most of all love to inspire others by sharing their creative ideas.
A choreographer may spend weeks or months providing direction and encouragement to the dancers, directing practice, inventing and arranging the choreography, and of course making the necessary changes and tweaks to perfect the dance. Needless to say, there is endless practice involved. A choreographer needs to make sure that the dance is perfect for the audience to see.