Examples of maestro in a Sentence
a maestro of the violin
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Six were collaborations with modern pop maestro Max Martin, who's worked with every star imaginable.
The maestro trained as a violinist at Indiana University, the Juilliard School and the Aspen Music Festival and School.
The dramatic centerpiece of the film, however, finds them together with the First Order’s Supreme Leader Snoke (played in yet another motion-capture performance by the maestro of the medium, Andy Serkis).
Dynamics were modulated as if on a hair trigger, whether thanks to the preparation of the choir’s director, Joe Miller, or to the ministrations of this year’s early-music import, the British maestro Andrew Manze.
That barren streak ended at the Camp Nou, as the little maestro struck on half-time, then added another in the second half as Barca cruised to a 3-0 win over the team that dumped it out of last season’s quarterfinals.
Musical maestro, movie star, and talk show MC Harry Connick Jr., said a lifelong dream came true on Thursday (Jan. 4), when he was appointed a member of the New Orleans Saints for a day.
Its maestro is driving and shooting with confidence again, too.
Even more so when his wife , a fellow Trotter alum, is the pastry maestro.
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Synonymsace, adept, artist, authority, cognoscente, connoisseur, crackerjack (also crackajack), dab [chiefly British], dab hand [chiefly British], fiend, geek, guru, hand, hotshot, expert, master, maven (also mavin), meister, past master, proficient, scholar, shark, sharp, virtuoso, whiz, wizard
Antonymsamateur, inexpert, nonexpert
Related Wordspro, professional; consultant, hired gun, specialist; addict, aficionado (also afficionado), buff, devotee, enthusiast, fan; craftsman, journeyman; all-rounder [British], jack-of-all-trades, Renaissance man; mistress
Near Antonymsapprentice, beginner, neophyte, novice; dabbler, dilettante; layman, nonprofessional
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