Traducción de concertmaster en Español:

concertmaster

primer violín, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkɑnsərtˌmæstər//ˈkɒnsətmɑːstə/

nombre

EEUU

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    primer violín femenino
    concertino masculino
    • Should I take a safe job as a concertmaster of an orchestra?
    • In the second movement, concertmaster Christopher Warren-Green's realization of the scordatura violin writing is chillingly compelling.
    • However, I saw William Preucil, as concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra, do a Mozart violin solo and had to pick my jaw up off the ground.
    • The concertmaster (whoever it was) and solo bassoonist are simply fantastic.
    • While in London, she served as concertmaster of the Royal Academy Chamber Orchestra.
    • Kleiber disliked making records and grumbled when the Vienna Philharmonic changed concertmasters from one session to the next, but the spring in his overture was inspirational.
    • Glenn Basham is associate professor of violin at the University of Miami, first violinist with the Bergonzi String Quartet and concertmaster of the Naples Philharmonic.
    • Ellen de Pasquale served as concertmaster for both concerts.
    • Unfortunately, its excellent concertmaster and first violinist, Guillermo Figueroa, may be leaving, so the season became one long audition of violin soloists.
    • Smith, almost blind, sat down and memorised the piano part; he was joined by the cellist Moray Welsh and James Clark, concertmaster of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe.
    • For example, the opening violin solo (the concertmaster I assume) puts Strauss' voiceprint on it immediately.
    • The Palm Beach Opera Orchestra (led by former Cincinnati Symphony concertmaster Eliot Chapo) played splendidly with particularly incisive strings and brilliant brass.
    • Among his disciples are the well-known cello teacher George Neikrug and the late violist, William Primrose and among his students were concertmasters of major orchestras, including Joseph Silverstein.
    • The concertmaster played a note on his violin and Lev tuned his instrument to it.
    • Without a doubt the star of this year's festival is acclaimed violinist and Israel Philharmonic Orchestra concertmaster Ilya Konovalov.
    • One of his concertmasters, William Preucil was lured away by the Cleveland Orchestra.
    • In conductor-led orchestras, the concertmaster is usually more of a team captain.
    • Four members of the orchestra's violin section (led by concertmasters Laszlo Pap and Lenka Hajkova) gave a brilliant traversal of the Concerto No 10 in B minor from Vivaldi's L' Estro Armonico, RV580.
    • At the age of 25 he was teaching at the Vienna Academy, and five years later, he was named concertmaster of the Vienna Philharmonic.
    • For these concerts, the guest concertmaster is Michael Ludwig, associate concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra.