Examples of virtuosity in a Sentence
Her virtuosity on the piano is amazing.
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But Post is indeed different from other white rappers, most of whom try to prove their bona fides through virtuosity or political solidarity.
Each moment is vividly imagined and scored with Norman’s characteristic virtuosity, but one-thing-after-another is a shaky framework on which to build.
Duets feature lush exchanges of weight, and solos unleash extraordinary flights of virtuosity — King couldn’t have devised a better showcase for the talents of these 12 dancers.
Jazz guitarist Bobby Broom said Pickens maintained a youthful exuberance along with his virtuosity until his death at the age of 86 in December 2017.
Sadly, that virtuosity will not be on display at the induction ceremony.
Leif Ove Andsnes, the Philharmonic’s artist in residence this season, played the work with easy virtuosity and panache.
The violinist also evinced a marvelous range of dynamics, a poet's sense of phrasing, and a degree of sheer technical virtuosity that would have dropped jaws in any context.
The conclusion for this wide-ranging program will be the Galician Folk Dances by Vázquez, a mix of folklore, emotion and virtuosity, to be played by David Garrido-Cid.
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Virtuosity is used particularly to describe musicians, but also often for writers, actors, dancers, and athletes. A virtuoso is a highly skilled performer, and a virtuoso performance is one that astonishes the audience by its feats. In ancient Greece the cities would hold male competitions in acrobatics, conjuring, public reciting, blowing the trumpet, and acting out scenes from Homer's epics, the winners of which would have been praised as virtuous, or "full of manly virtues".
VIRTUOSITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of virtuosity for English Language Learners
: great ability or skill shown by a musician, performer, etc.
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