concertize


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give concerts

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In 1955, he began a teaching career at Michigan State University while continuing to concertize.
Another attractive rumor--that Alb[acute{e}]niz stowed away on a steamer to concertize in the Americas before age twelve--is shown by Clark to be "a fantasy based on fact" (p.
Bloom, whose playing has been called "a revelation for unforced sweetness and strength" (The Boston Globe), concertizes in the U.
Still, the contrast between choosing X as against not-X seems significant to me; at the least, it concertizes the significance of X.
NIBYA MARINO, AN AWARD-winning Uruguayan pianist who concertizes throughout Europe and the United States, and the Chilean folk music group Quilapayun were both honored for "exceptional merit" and outstanding contributions to the world of music during performances in the Hall of the Americas in March.