His voice brought him the position of soloist at the Calvary Episcopal Church, at the age of eighteen.
This inspired Tony, and he became the soloist, and sang Italys national anthem.
He achieved a commanding position among the foremost Violinists of our time, both as a soloist and leader.
His interest in the soloist waned, but the orchestra was enough.
The next number on the program will probably be the soloist—say, a coloratura soprano.
This leads your bewildered friend to ask you what sort of soloist you prefer.
A soloist or the choir then sings while the clergyman slowly ascends to the altar, before which the marriage is performed.
Ah, the soloist was the best—the lady who sang those sad songs.
We went to call on Sainton, who was as refined a soloist as he was an intelligent and energetic orchestral leader.
The piece is in the key of E flat, and the violin is to be tuned a semitone higher, the soloist playing in D.