Definition of 'soloist'
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So are the three conductors and two soloists. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They are currently favourites to be crowned the winners tomorrow but the two soloists are not far behind. The Sun (2011)Perhaps most importantly, there is real chemistry between the two soloists. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)At the weekend two Scottish orchestras visited with two fine soloists in tow. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The 30-minute podcasts will include interviews with soloists and conductors. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Had the two vocal soloists shone the same way, the rating above could have been five stars. Times, Sunday Times (2009)By pointing out that it offers a nightly parade of the finest orchestras, conductors and soloists on the planet? Times, Sunday Times (2006)It sounds unlikely, but it happened - and two soloists were fitted on stage as well. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Happily, neither of this extravagant concert's other two soloists held back. Times, Sunday Times (2015)After these two larger-than-life soloists, a big musical personality was needed in the second half. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There's also perfect rapport between soloist, conductor and orchestra. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Here we had the conductor and soloist skipping back on stage to encore the scherzo, which turned the whole thing into a shallow party piece. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But they were for the performance, and the orchestra, and the wonderful soloists and whole chorus. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Though she was a fine soloist with vocal training, she refused, pleading no experience in choral work. Christianity Today (2000)It was impossible to take him out to dinner, for example, as was our custom with guest soloists and conductors. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We have to take leave of the idea of status quo; the orchestras, conductors and soloists will have to become more flexible and less demanding financially. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'soloist'
British English: soloist /ˈsəʊləʊɪst/ NOUN
A soloist is a person who performs a solo, usually a piece of music.
The conductor looked at the soloist.
- American English: soloist
- Arabic: مُغَنٌ أَو عَازِفٌ مُنْفَرِد
- Brazilian Portuguese: solista
- Chinese: 独唱或独奏演员
- Croatian: solist
- Czech: sólista
- Danish: solist
- Dutch: soloïst
- European Spanish: solista músico
- Finnish: solisti
- French: soliste
- German: Solist
- Greek: σολίστ
- Italian: solista
- Japanese: ソリスト
- Korean: 독주자
- Norwegian: solist
- Polish: solista
- European Portuguese: solista
- Romanian: solist
- Russian: солист
- Spanish: solista
- Swedish: solist
- Thai: นักร้องเดี่ยว
- Turkish: solist
- Ukrainian: соліст
- Vietnamese: nghệ sĩ độc tấu
Definition of soloist from the Collins English Dictionary
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