Hello! My name is Anna Delicia Trévien and I am currently the Head of Benesh Department at the RAD (formally know as The Benesh Institute) and the Senior Benesh Notator with The Royal Ballet. I have been a full time active choreologist for the last 17years.
Most of the time the people I meet have no idea what Benesh Notation is, how it can be used and what it takes to use it in a professional ballet company. So I decided to start this blog as a platform to give an insight into the world of Dance Notation and its many facets. The role of the Choreologist or Dance Notator (person who uses Benesh Movement Notation) plays a vital part in the daily life of a ballet company and hopefully this blog will help to share a better understanding of this. Eventually, I’d also like this blog to become a place where active Choreologists, retired Choreologists, Benesh Notation students and anyone interested in Benesh Movement Notation (BMN) could meet and exchange ideas.