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Synonyms for ensemble

Synonyms for ensemble

a cast other than the principals

the chorus of a ballet company

an assemblage of parts or details (as in a work of art) considered as forming a whole

a coordinated outfit (set of clothing)

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Cluster ensemble approaches are gaining more and more attention, due to its useful applications in the areas of pattern recognition, data mining, bioinformatics and so on.
The Chronos Contemporary Music Ensemble was formed to promote contemporary classical music in Cyprus through a professional ensemble.
30pm, St Paul's Hall, Nieuw Ensemble (world premieres); 10pm, Phipps Hall, Nerve Cell_O (world premiere).
Level 2 Choirs and Choral Ensembles: St Christopher's School Madrigal Ensemble.
Emphasis: History, improvisation, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music and private lessons, vocal ensemble, handbell choir and conducting.
The ensemble participated with others from around the United States and one from Japan.
Ensemble Cymru - which has a mission to take classical music into deprived areas of North Wales - is one of only three ensembles to have been shortlisted for a Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) Music Award in the Chamber Music category for its work in 2005.
The homegrown Nane Ballet, which merges modern with folk and jazz, stands out as the most experimental company in Yerevan, while the Druzhba Dance Ensemble under the direction of Norair Mehrabyan, a former soloist with the Armenian National Ballet, updates classical and Armenian dance idioms.
However, the authors of Performing Ethnomusicology: Teaching and Representation in World Music Ensembles make clear that there is, in fact, a curious absence in ethnomusicological literature concerning the relationships among world music ensemble directors, ethnomusicologists, and students.
Students and readers who are tempted to dip into this useful volume just to follow up a specific print or ensemble will miss the subtleties and complexities of the study as a whole.
TO WRITE ABOUT ENSEMBLE theatre is to be dogged by a frustrating irony: Any description of the ensemble approach to creating new work will also illustrate why most American ensembles remain unknown outside of their immediate communities.
Featuring a world-class professional jazz ensemble, these motivational seminars combine compelling performance, practical insights into organizational dynamics, and hands-on interaction to improve an organization's response to change.
An ensemble of distinct personal drum voices, each with its own pitch range, timbre, and rhythm, specified by tradition, repertoire, and occasion of performance, comes together to make a composite statement.
In the last five years, some research groups have explosed a strategy called ensemble forecasting to help gauge the reliability of model-based forecasts.
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