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philharmonic

1. fond of music
2. denoting an orchestra, choir, society, etc., devoted to the performance, appreciation, and study of music
3. a specific philharmonic choir, orchestra, or society
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In the 125th year since GINZA TANAKA's foundation, this year's Christmas tree conveys the beauty of the Vienna Philharmonic coins and communicates the power and profound feeling of pure gold despite its simple silhouette.
And the cocktails aren't likely to disappoint either The Philharmonic will also be serving up an extensive list of new and classic cocktails created by bars manager, Dan O'Keeffe.
The Berlin Philharmonic has organised a concert on May 1 every year since 1991 to mark the date it was established in 1882.
The band joined Philharmonic players at the orchestra's rehearsal rooms this week and later tweeted: "I can tell you now that the hairs on the back of my neck are standing right on their tips.
The Warsaw Philharmonic, led by the incredibly charismatic Jacek Kaspszyk, is one of the best orchestras in the world.
Speaking about her appointment Chang said: "I am extremely excited about joining the Qatar Philharmonic as music director.
Our audiences have been growing year on year, and between January, 2010, and February, 2011, the orchestra's concerts are averaging 75% of capacity at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
Pianist and composer Fazil Say and Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra will take stage on the first day of the Festival of Salzburg, a Medieval city of 150,000 population where Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born.
25-27 on the leg of its Chinese tour, said New York Philharmonic President and Executive Director Zarin Mehta.
In May 2008, Dohnanyi will lead the Philharmonic in a mixed program that includes Beethoven's "Eroica" Symphony.
With Mario Bernardi, Coop recorded three concertos with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra.