- n. Plural form of philharmonic.
“RAZ: One of the premier philharmonics in the world.”
“Stevens was a professional and amateur bassoonist, performing for philharmonics, orchestras and chamber groups.”
“I'm inclined to like rich people who give their money away, who endow the wings of hospitals, keep museums afloat and make it possible for philharmonics to play on.”
“The so-called Orchestra for Gaza includes musicians from five leading European orchestras, including the Berlin and Vienna philharmonics.”
“Touring with 40-plus musicians from one of the world's most respected philharmonics, he kicked the evening off with an "If I Ever Lose My Faith in You" that took full advantage of his mammoth backing band - strings, brass, timpani, harp and all.”
“We purchased standing seats to 11 Barbiere di Siviglia and even though there was a language barrier the beauty and acoustics of the building, the dazzling Vienna philharmonics and the passion of the songs made it a once in a life time experience.”
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