Noun(1) a sponsor who books and stages public entertainments
(1) From the start, the impresario sought the best talent in show business.(2) The artist and impresario has produced 425 prints of his Edinburgh: Old and New Towns, a fascinating illustration of a city full of contrasts yet all carved from the same rock.(3) Opera impresario Raymond Gubbay has proved to concert promoters that given the right marketing, concerts and operas can be made as popular as any other evening's entertainment.(4) The company formed in 1909 by the Russian impresario Serge Diaghilev to bring Russian dance to the West.(5) Then the theatre impresario asked Smith who should succeed him.(6) At the top of his agenda is finding an impresario to arrange a tour.(7) A famous television celebrity and a distinguished theatrical impresario were there on my recommendation and loved it.(8) He remembers what a New York theatre impresario once told him.(9) Brandt was the impresario who had discovered Carly Simon and unleashed the Rolling Stones on America.(10) So the other night we went to the Belasco Theatre, erected in 1910 by the impresario and playwright David Belasco for his own shows.(11) Today's dance company director must be not only an artist but an impresario as well.(12) Ballet was at its most artistically powerful in the hands of the Russian impresario Sergei Diaghilev, who was insistent that the form was a gesamtkunstwerk, a total artwork, comprising not dancing merely, but music and design as well.(13) Nonetheless, his great-grandfather was a clown at the Tivoli in Copenhagen, then a ringmaster, then an impresario .(14) They involve a singing frog, a vaudeville show, the impresario who runs it, and the mad scientist who works for him.(15) He is an impresario because he knows how to exploit a coincidence of finances, politicians, financiers, publicity and taste in order to make a laundress like Nini into a star.(16) By the 1710s impresario John Rich was once again presenting the semi operas The Island Princess and The Prophetess as well as a full opera, Bonocini's Camilla in English.
(1) impresario :: impresario
1. organizer ::
3. producer ::
4. promoter ::
5. publicist ::
6. showman ::
7. director ::
8. conductor ::
9. maestro ::
Different Formsimpresario, impresarios
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