preconcert


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pre·con·cert

 (prē′kən-sûrt′)
tr.v. pre·con·cert·ed, pre·con·cert·ing, pre·con·certs
To agree on, settle, or arrange in advance.

preconcert

(ˌpriːkɒnˈsɜːt; -kɒnˈsət)
adj
of or relating to the period immediately before a performance or concert

preconcert


Past participle: preconcerted
Gerund: preconcerting

Imperative
preconcert
preconcert
Present
I preconcert
you preconcert
he/she/it preconcerts
we preconcert
you preconcert
they preconcert
Preterite
I preconcerted
you preconcerted
he/she/it preconcerted
we preconcerted
you preconcerted
they preconcerted
Present Continuous
I am preconcerting
you are preconcerting
he/she/it is preconcerting
we are preconcerting
you are preconcerting
they are preconcerting
Present Perfect
I have preconcerted
you have preconcerted
he/she/it has preconcerted
we have preconcerted
you have preconcerted
they have preconcerted
Past Continuous
I was preconcerting
you were preconcerting
he/she/it was preconcerting
we were preconcerting
you were preconcerting
they were preconcerting
Past Perfect
I had preconcerted
you had preconcerted
he/she/it had preconcerted
we had preconcerted
you had preconcerted
they had preconcerted
Future
I will preconcert
you will preconcert
he/she/it will preconcert
we will preconcert
you will preconcert
they will preconcert
Future Perfect
I will have preconcerted
you will have preconcerted
he/she/it will have preconcerted
we will have preconcerted
you will have preconcerted
they will have preconcerted
Future Continuous
I will be preconcerting
you will be preconcerting
he/she/it will be preconcerting
we will be preconcerting
you will be preconcerting
they will be preconcerting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been preconcerting
you have been preconcerting
he/she/it has been preconcerting
we have been preconcerting
you have been preconcerting
they have been preconcerting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been preconcerting
you will have been preconcerting
he/she/it will have been preconcerting
we will have been preconcerting
you will have been preconcerting
they will have been preconcerting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been preconcerting
you had been preconcerting
he/she/it had been preconcerting
we had been preconcerting
you had been preconcerting
they had been preconcerting
Conditional
I would preconcert
you would preconcert
he/she/it would preconcert
we would preconcert
you would preconcert
they would preconcert
Past Conditional
I would have preconcerted
you would have preconcerted
he/she/it would have preconcerted
we would have preconcerted
you would have preconcerted
they would have preconcerted
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After an unquiet slumber of some three or four hours' duration, we arose, as if by preconcert, to make examination of our treasure.
His anecdotes will pepper the concert, and he will also chat in more depth about Star Wars in a preconcert talk where he will be joined by the concert's producer Tim Burden and make-up artist Shaune Harrison, who worked on the first and second films.
Preconcert meals are available at The Shedd before performances, at 6 p.
There will also be a preconcert talk at the Sage at 6.
And for those who attended the preconcert performance by the Birmingham Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra the best came first.
The mood of the milling preconcert crowd was somber, even funereal.
Mike Mitchell, then an enterprising 18-year-old, was there, shooting photos from just feet away and even jumping onto the stage for the group's preconcert press call.
You will also receive programmes, preconcert and interval drinks in the green room.
Conductor Martyn Brabbins, as one would expect, displayed intimate knowledge of the landscape of a composition that he described, in his preconcert address, as a "towering, colossal masterpiece".
You will be treated to a delicious two-course dinner from the hot buffet table in the hotel's stylish One restaurant, which offers a preconcert dining option including complimentary parking for visitors to the SECC for just pounds 17.
In one, a violinist is seeking an audience for a preconcert run-through.