Individuals, groups, or organizations who are motivated to effect change, work to concertize
such change, and actively take part in social actions as organizers, spokespeople, or contact persons can be deemed as activists.
From the string players who would concertize
under Leopold Stokowski at Philadelphia's Academy of Music and then sit in with local klezmorim, to the band member told by the caterer to put on a coat and hat so he could sign the ketubah (wedding document) for a particularly Orthodox rabbi who needed a "gute yid" (a pious Jew) as a witness, these vignettes are fascinating looks into the world of these klezmorim (55).
Ion Iliescu, Traian Basescu is the only one who come up with new ideas and the one who concertize
those ideas, and Klaus Iohannis, according to the two tables, reiterates ideas shown before (at least until now, but its term is at the beginning .
The author speculates that, because music making is no longer universal, musicians who regularly concertize
experience increased performance anxiety.
BAGHDAD / Nina /-- Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, called for concertize
an urgent and immediate acts by the government to aid people in the liberated areas and to provide the necessary services, stressing the need to create appropriate conditions for the return of displaced families.
He concluded by noting to the urgent need to concertize
the efforts of international community to prop up the Yemeni economy via the donors' conference to be held in Riyadh (27 -29 June) which aims to meet the aspirations of the Yemenis and their pressing needs to secure the political and economic stability and to support the financing gap for the urgent projects approved by the government of no less than 7 billion.
Pic makes a point of emphasizing that the competitions don't award cash prizes, although winners may go on to profitably concertize
First, conductors cannot, no matter what their stature, concertize
on their own.
A few months ago, Stanford Hospital & Clinics administrators asked music program director Greg Kaufman whether Stanford caregivers who are also musicians might want to concertize
implement (1806), dotted-line (X), fast-track (X), platform (1793), parent (1663), network (1887), surveil (1966), satellite (X), statement (X), videotape (1958), accessorize (1939), concertize
(1883), funeralize (1654), mainstream (1974), leaflet (1968), credential (1888), source (1513), interface (1964), access (1966), moot (1000), sunset (X), demagogue (1656), cheap shot (X), excess (1888), orientate (1849), dialogue (1597), prioritize (1966), nutshell (1892), disambiguate (1963), disincentivize (X).