impresario


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Synonyms for impresario

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a sponsor who books and stages public entertainments

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Lohan, 25, arrived at Goldbar in the early hours of September 12 with Dream Hotel impresario Chatwal and five other men, the New York Post reported.
Angel (tenor Darryl Brunger) relied on his pleasing voice as much as natural charm to win the day as new impresario of the reinvented company.
Everyone enjoys music and art," said Impresario CEO Riyaz Amlani.
Conducting workshops were veteran literary agent Marie Brown, journalist Christopher Jack Hill, author and Hurston/Wright Foundation founder Marita Golden, British children's book publisher Verna Wilkins of Tamarind Publishers, public relations impresario Terrie M.
The story centers on a set of conjoined twins, Tom and Barry Howe (played by the unconjoined and irresistibly gorgeous Harry and Luke Treadaway), who are discovered and groomed--make that "exploited"--by an impresario who's looking for a novelty rock band.
The movie tracks the rise and inevitable fall of Tom and Barry Howe (played by identical -- but not conjoined -- twins Harry and Luke Treadaway), who were sold by their father to musical impresario Zak Bedderwick (Howard Attfield) when they turned 18.
However, most of the key decisions had been made and he took the design as a challenge to his skill as an impresario.
It continues through the death of the Russian impresario in 1929, when Col.
Six months after the death of Philip Johnson--the celebrated dean and impresario of American architecture--the final residential building of his career has begun construction at 330 Spring St.
The millionaire hip-hop impresario has in recent years gained a reputation as a political maverick, supporting a repeal of the so-called Rockefeller drug laws; boosting the 2002 candidacy of Andrew Cuomo for New York governor over that of African American H.
Impresario Antonio Palladio has developed three other reconstructed centers: 17th-century Paris, 17th-century Venice, and Tenochtitlan, each inhabited by its own villain.
Whiteman's major role was promoter and impresario, in charge of hiring the best performers and arrangers in the business, such as Ferde Grofe and Bill Challis, while Armstrong clearly was more elemental in creating and performing talent.
While her Jane Bond spy/counterterrorism novel Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination went unappreciated by fans and critics alike--a typical fate for works of art ahead of their time--it demonstrates why Fielding has been such a successful postmodern impresario and multimedia trickster figure.
Emperor Charles V, Impresario of War: Campaign Strategy, International Finance, and Domestic Politics.