a public musical performance in which a number of singers or instrumentalists, or both, participate.
a public performance, usually by an individual singer, instrumentalist, or the like; recital: The violinist has given concerts all over the world.
agreement of two or more individuals in a design or plan; combined action; accord or harmony: His plan was greeted with a concert of abuse.
designed or intended for concerts: concert hall.
performed at concerts: concert music.
performing or capable of performing at concerts: a concert pianist.
to contrive or arrange by agreement: They were able to concert a settlement of their differences.
to plan; devise: A program of action was concerted at the meeting.
to plan or act together.
Idioms about concert
in concert, together; jointly: to act in concert.
- post·con·cert, adjective
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How to use concert in a sentence
Wave specializes in creating live, immersive virtual concerts.
Taiwan is now having concerts because they have the public health infrastructure in place to be able to deal with whatever cases they do get.Trump downplayed the threat from COVID-19. Here’s how we could’ve fought back harder. | Kate Baggaley | September 11, 2020 | Popular-Science
AstraZeneca, which is developing the vaccine in concert with the University of Oxford, pushed pause on September 8 after a study volunteer in the United Kingdom had a suspected serious reaction.Here’s what pausing the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine trial really means | Aimee Cunningham | September 9, 2020 | Science News
BTS grossed $170 million last year, ranking it fifth among the world’s top concert draws, just behind Elton John, according to concert trade publication Pollstar.South Korean boy band BTS built an army. Now, they might get to defer military service | kdunn6 | September 4, 2020 | Fortune
It’s up to Beaudoin to meet and exceed revenue for concerts, to collect individual contributions and grants, organize special events, and ensure that TWC grows and retains a talented staff.
But Cocker proved to be a survivor, bringing his passionate persona to concert halls around the world decade after decade.The Greatest Rock Voice of All Time Belonged to Joe Cocker | Ted Gioia | December 23, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But Winter is dead, Clapton is tired of life on the road, and King unreliable in concert.
She died in 1978—just before Pryor recorded Live in concert.How Richard Pryor Beat Bill Cosby and Transformed America | David Yaffe, Scott Saul | December 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The sounds are less mechanical and more lush, more concert hall than dance floor.
Later, she said he invited her to see The Temptations in concert and check out his Vegas stand-up show.Two New Bill Cosby Accusers Come Forward: ‘We Challenge Mr. Cosby to End This Nightmare’ | Marlow Stern | December 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Frulein Fichtner was the young lady who was going to play his concerto in A major at the concert that evening.
I played him my Rubinstein concerto two weeks ago and told him I wanted to play it in a concert.
I give up Kullak and my concert plan, thinking I'll study with Deppe and come out under his auspices.
Deppe believes that one must go through successive steps of preparation before one is fitted to attack the great concert works.
Two nice American girls, sisters, from the West, came on from Berlin on purpose for my concert.
British Dictionary definitions for concert
a performance of music by players or singers that does not involve theatrical staging: Compare recital (def. 1)
(as modifier): a concert version of an opera
agreement in design, plan, or action
acting in a co-ordinated fashion with a common purpose
(of musicians, esp rock musicians) performing live
to arrange or contrive (a plan) by mutual agreement
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