Definition of philharmonic
Examples of philharmonic in a Sentence
served as a conductor for the philharmonic
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The Philharmonic set aside 700 tickets for emergency workers and families of victims, and some 2,000 seats were set up at Lincoln Center Plaza for a video relay of the concert.
In the concert hall itself, an intricate 70-meter-long and three-meter-high fresco depicting Romania's history will compete with the philharmonic's performance for your attention.
Alan Gilbert is no exception, and his three culminating concerts, held at a troubled time at home and abroad, are based on the theme of universality—a project that Gilbert will pursue after his Philharmonic tenure ends.
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Origin and Etymology of philharmonic
French philharmonique, literally, loving harmony, from Italian filarmonico, from fil- phil- + armonia harmony, from Latin harmonia
First Known Use: 1843See Words from the same year
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