In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(performance)concierto masculinerock concert — concierto de rock
- concert performer — concertista
- concert tour — gira de conciertos
- They joined forces with the Kurume Shinai High School to perform several concerts.
- The band has performed at several concerts abroad and is at present recording its third album.
- The groups are set to perform numerous concerts throughout the year either in the centre or Dalton church.
- People can go to concerts, music performances and drumming workshops or a silent art auction.
- He will be teaming up with the English Symphony Orchestra for two concerts in July.
- Boccherini and Manfredi next went to Spain, where they played in opera performances and concerts.
- I would love to return to Ireland one day to sing concerts of arias and Irish songs.
- In this bleak midwinter, no art looks ahead to the New Year with less confidence than orchestral concerts.
- If you are very lucky, you may even be able to get hold of some tickets for one of the concerts or other live performances staged here.
- As part of the troupe, she toured Europe and performed in several major concerts.
- Last week I was talking about some of the big musical concerts coming up in the region.
- Pop concerts present very different safety and public order issues to football.
- He was a tireless campaigner and performer at benefit concerts over many decades.
- Symphony concerts have fallen off the map of cultured people's consciousness.
- She is an experienced orchestral player and has given several concerts with the Lim chamber music trio.
- Of these, up to 300 groups will be invited to perform at concerts in Birmingham in July.
- Public concerts were mostly on a small scale and often given in the main room of a tavern.
- He has packed the concerts with his soft pop mates and ignored musical stars from cultures different to his own.
- I was a bin man at the time and I also used to go to concerts at Wallington Public Hall.
- The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra gives two concerts in its farewell tour with Mariss Jansons.
2in concerten vivoen conciertoconjuntamentetheir voices were raised in concert against the new law — protestaron al unísono contra la nueva ley
- in concert with sb — conjuntamente / de común acuerdo con algn
2concerted past pcoordinadoconcertadowe'll have to make a concerted effort to ... — tendremos que coordinar / concertar nuestros esfuerzos para ...
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