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  • But what began as a one-off concert soon became a full-time band.
  • His works continue to be performed frequently in the concert hall and are often recorded.
  • This was the first time a rock star had ever been arrested in concert.
  • A live-album with a recording of this concert was released in the same year.
  • Making it probably the biggest sold out concert ever made on the island.
  • After one or two concerts of his students by the beginning of spring he left.
  • An open air concert is a concert taking place outside a hall in the open air.
  • The band returned there three years later, performing for three sold out concerts.
  • This concert has been regarded as one of the most significant in jazz history.
  • During this concert in the park, some police officers asked for the music to be turned down.
  • The park beyond the river is frequently used for open air concerts.
  • This concert has been referred to as a peak musical experience by the band.
  • Only one copy of the very first concert program is known to exist.
  • His concert activities, however, were still limited to Italy for the next few years.
  • The other band members told him to do it at the next concert, which he did with success.
  • Several concerts covering a variety of musical forms are held here throughout the summer.
  • She performed for the first time in Japan at a sold-out concert in May.
  • Apart from these two concert series, she has only given occasional live performances.
  • It is home to concerts and other events throughout every summer.
  • Many of his works were first presented at the society's concerts.
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Meaning of concert

  • noun A performance of music by players or singers not involving theatrical staging
  • verb Contrive (a plan) by mutual agreement
  • verb Settle by agreement
    concert one's differences