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artiste

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one who plays a musical instrument

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4 version of OpenGL Performer is the first Linux release that contains a multithreaded version of the product, driving true multiprocess performance for OpenGL Performer and the many applications worldwide that run on it.
Even though Terry was one of the most popular performers that season, he wasn't going to last long.
low performers facing personnel actions need not go gentle into that good night.
They are no longer averse to withholding merit increases for poor performers so they can afford to grant meaningful increases to better performers.
We've given a number of concert tours throughout the Northeast, and audiences seem to really enjoy them--a number of people have commented that the nontraditional approach helps to break down the barrier between performer and listener and that it really deepens their musical experience.
Another makeshift venue called Corberry Press (an airy, empty printing plant, outfitted with a simple double-circle of chairs) hosted two superb performances, one by English duo Lone Twin, the other by a little-known Seattle performer named Allen Johnson.
I was influenced by the MGM musicals as well as classic performers like Lena Horne and Sidney Portier.
The Performer API provides a powerful, flexible base for application development environments like MultiGen-Paradigm's Vega," says Elizabeth Smith, vice president of Engineering at MultiGen-Paradigm Inc.
In such an insular, increasingly specialized field, one might assume it would be safe for gay and lesbian performers to reveal their sexuality.
Two performers interact separately in a succession of brief sequences with primitive, vaguely sculptural-looking robotic contraptions.
The director as well as the performer's agent undoubtedly have hands in the final product, but poststructuralist theory encourages the discussion of the performer as an equal participant, another voice, rather than as a puppet of a director.
As a performer, I have the advantage of meeting other performers through working with them.
Everything yon don't experience in the here and now of a theater seat, in that unique moment of space and time shared with a performer, becomes, ultimately, unknowable.
While she shared with members of the Judson Dance Theater a desire to complicate notions of skill (often including repetitions of otherwise banal movements) and performer (sometimes doing away with the distinction between artist and audience), since her earliest works she was most intent on pressuring the relationship between the seemingly binary pair she called "transmission" and "reception" to reveal the ways in which spectatorship was never disinterested but, rather, takes an active part in constructing the meaning of consumable images.
The ensemble sings here as well (in ``Movin' Out,'' all the songs were sung by a single performer), but, skilled as these performers clearly are, Tharp is using them as little more than window dressing.