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As someone who hardly slowed down since he first picked up the trumpet in his early teens and became a standout in the jazz scene of the ’60s, the jazz virtuoso would finally come of age at 32 with this album.

I’ll give you one from “Scenario,” which is a virtuoso, astounding piece of pure writing.

The guitar virtuoso also allegedly lent a van to a band that is performing throughout the United Kingdom to protest restrictions.

At 12, he founded his first group, the Band Busters, which played on radio and at dances and included 14-year-old clarinet virtuoso Buddy DeFranco, who became a major jazz star.

Featuring 84 regional artists and juried by virtuoso local printmaker Susan Goldman, the show is available only online, both as individual artworks and a virtual walk-through.

What results is a kind of mashup concert, a virtuoso mixed-media DJ set tuned to a keen emotional pitch.

Jazz is a very high-virtuoso level of music to play for a percussionist.

Well, that was a virtuoso performance by Chris Christie yesterday.

“Those who are virtuoso full-time boycotters should not talk about boycotts,” Druckman said.

It was a show of epic length with an overstocked lake of new members, all virtuoso players who blazed through the hits.

An undoubted violin of any period of this great master's make, is well worthy the attention of the virtuoso.

At the end of the concerto the applause was generous enough to satisfy the most exacting virtuoso.

The prince performed the operation, and repeated it three times, in presence of the virtuoso.

"But an ordinary hermit wouldn't be able to play like a virtuoso," objected Amy.

He was a pleasant-looking young man, good-hearted, enthusiastic, and a gifted virtuoso.

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On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to virtuoso, such as: magician, musician, prodigy, ace, adept, and artist.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.