- n. Plural form of virtuoso.
“Master classes by big-name virtuosos, such as violinist Pinchas Zukerman, are open to the public.”
“virtuosos" who care for old medals, plants, and butterflies -- pursuits which afforded an unceasing supply of ridicule to the essayists of the time; a denunciation of the corruption of modern youth, who learn nothing but new forms of vice in the grand tour; and a fresh assault upon Toland, Tindal, and other freethinkers of the day.”
“Still, the performances of this season's three virtuosos can also be traced to something many NFL coaches and players are too haughty to mention: the powerful shaping influence of the college game.”
“On his latest release, The Goat Rodeo Sessions Sony Masterworks, world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma is joined by three string virtuosos--mandolinist Chris Thile, fiddler Stuart Duncan and bassist Edgar Meyer--for an exploration of Americana music.”
“New Orleans, where he was born and raised, claims him within its lineage of distinctive piano virtuosos.”
“Many (but not all) of the schools of Hinduism required that adherents become virtuoso readers of texts held to be salvifically efficacious, texts that would teach virtuosos about the right (and wrong) cognitive habits and practices that led to mokṣa (or led to rebirth).”
“The two virtuosos pull off a masterful duet by any measure.”
“And Alberto and Luis Villalobos, brothers from Veracruz, Mexico, who are considered violin virtuosos, fiddled away.”
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