Translation of accompanist in Spanish:

accompanist

acompañante, n.

Pronunciation /əˈkʌmpənɪst//əˈkəmpənəst/

noun

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    acompañante feminine
    • Many think organists are just accompanists or just play in church.
    • He is an accompanist, songwriter and composer who works with choirs, vocal and ensembles.
    • Woolfe is alone on stage, except for a mute accompanist called The Creepy Musician.
    • He's a nimble, accomplished soloist and a sensitive accompanist, capable of pastel washes, shimmering folky chords or juicy bop lines.
    • This is an opera where the orchestra can become a partner to the singers rather than just an accompanist and the Chelsea Opera Group orchestra was on brilliant form.
    • Simon Over, organist of St.Margaret's, Westminster and already one of the UK's most capable young accompanists and operatic repetiteurs, makes his operatic conducting debut.
    • He performed as a concert pianist and professional accompanist throughout the Midwest.
    • He performs as soloist and accompanist and is a frequent adjudicator at piano festivals and competitions.
    • Some conductors appear in public as keyboard accompanists, a part many of them constantly play exceedingly well in private rehearsal.
    • He is better known as an accompanist than as a composer.
    • So this is a delightful chance for an encounter with a man who is known as one of the best accompanists performing in the world today.
    • So it is a great thing for a singer to have an accompanist who knows singing from his own experience.
    • The late pianist, who died in 2002, was the ideal accompanist for many singers.
    • Vocalists and instrumentalists can use them to provide accompaniment if a live accompanist is not available which probably is most of the time.
    • Even those musicians who are not professional accompanists will likely find use for this skill in their studios or ensemble rehearsals.
    • Many of my colleagues, truly brilliant accompanists, have a great sense for the singer and I have no idea whether any of them took formal singing lessons.
    • Rieger prefers being an accompanist to being a concert pianist.
    • He has worked extensively with both singers and piano accompanists at many colleges throughout the United States and performed as collaborative pianist nationwide and abroad.
    • He also has performed for many years as a chamber music pianist and piano accompanist with and for artists around the country.
    • An accompanist does not merely follow the singer.