Translation of musician in Spanish:

musician

músico, n.

Pronunciation /mjuːˈzɪʃ(ə)n//mjuˈzɪʃən/

noun

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    músico masculine
    música feminine
    • The singers will be joined by a scaled-down ensemble of professional musicians.
    • As the concert progresses, the musicians toss their instruments into a large pot stirred by a cook.
    • Later on there will be a further session to the accompaniment of several musicians.
    • There are few musicians working in pop music with such a panoramic vision or nuanced approach.
    • The concert will have an orchestra of over 135 musicians with dancers and vocalists.
    • The concerts will feature some of the finest pop and classical musicians and performers.
    • There are still roles left for singers and musicians to take part in the performance.
    • His favourites are biographies of sixties and seventies musicians, and pop and rock stars.
    • But I will say this about Tim as a musician and songwriter: he was not one for safety nets.
    • As a professional musician, he has composed music for film and television.
    • The proceeds are distributed among musicians, composers and other rights holders.
    • Later, as a professional musician, her songs were frequently held up for unfair comparison with his.
    • The guitarist is determined to use his illness to make himself grow as a musician and a songwriter.
    • He is himself a professional musician, and knows what keeps the party spirits up.
    • There were a lot of people my age in town, a lot of professional musicians were based here and it was buzzing.
    • One of the greatest songwriters and musicians of our time, he will be greatly missed.
    • One realises that today, soloists, musicians and professionals can demand high fees.
    • He had been due to catch a flight that morning to a musicians ' camp for bassists in the US.
    • Frederick was a musician and composer of some skill as well as an avid collector of talent.
    • In this quiet room, musicians can compose without ever needing to go near a musical instrument.