concerti concerti  /kən ˈtʃɛr ti/


  • (n) a composition for orchestra and a soloist


  1. The two look at one another, and the sound track booms concerti.
  2. His music, which in the play served only as an allusive ostinato, seizes center screen with significant excerpts from four Mozart operas, several concerti and the Requiem.


  • Home intimate setting for pianist Romero

    Home intimate setting for pianist Romero Long before DVDs, classical radio station KPAC-FM and the Majestic Theatre, music lovers heard the latest Mozart, Beethoven or Hayden at private concerts in private homes and palaces. Dr. Peter Petroff approximated that experience June 27 as supporters of the San Antonio International Piano Competition listened to concerti of Maurice Ravel performed by ...
    on August 16, 2013     Source: San Antonio Express-News


  1. "Hilary and I met several times in the year leading up to my writing this work," Higdon says. "We discussed the various concerti that she has played through the years, with me asking various questions such as, 'Are there concerti where you...
    on Mar 19, 2009 By: Jennifer Higdon Source: Strings Magazine

  2. "I am in the enviable position of being able to perform quartets for a living, but I enjoy the chance to play recitals, concerti and other chamber music when it works out with the quartet's schedule," Beaver said recently from a Tokyo Quartet...
    on Mar 29, 2010 By: Martin Beaver Source: Ottawa Citizen

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