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concertize

Line breaks: con¦cert|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈkɒnsətʌɪz
 
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Definition of concertize in English:

verb

[no object] North American
Give a concert or concerts: I concertize around the world so much of the year
More example sentences
  • She returned to concertizing in 1966, but her performances from that time on were intermittent, although she acquired a reputation as a formidable chamber musician, and also as a teacher, most recently at the San Francisco Conservatory.
  • Pianist and composer William Bolcom and Joan Morris, mezzosoprano, have been concertizing together as husband and wife since 1972.
  • Clara Wieck Schumann continued concertizing throughout her life, arranging her teaching schedule at the Conservatory in Frankfurt around it.

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