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recital

1. a musical performance by a soloist or soloists
2. Law the preliminary statement in a deed showing the reason for its existence and leading up to and explaining the operative part

Recital

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The faculty are all concert pianists at the very top of their professions, hailing from all around the world, all of whom give recitals and master classes throughout the week.
After 15 years, the regular series of piano recitals at the almshouses in Kirkleatham in East Cleveland come to end next month.
The final recital on Saturday October 5 will mark the anniversary of the installation of the Lillington organ in 1936 - the current organist, Michael King, will perform.
The show included piano recitals by deaf musician and charity general manager Danny Lane and deaf nine-year-old Keir Fenton with his sister Niamh, of Jackson Bridge.
Alfred's Recital Suite Series offers fresh student literature suitable for recitals, competitions or just for fun.
The Istanbul Recitals will begin with a concert of French pianist Eric Le Sage on October 7.
The lunchtime recitals will be given by various distinguished musicians during the autumn/winter period using the 99-year-old organ at Walsall Town Hall.
Three recitals are scheduled this week at the University of Oregon School of Music, 961 E.
So does the uncommon charisma she exhibits at recitals - one of which the Los Angeles Opera is presenting tomorrow night at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
Gaston Hall is a lovely small auditorium that seats perhaps 250 souls, making it perfect for recitals, with gold and dark-hued wooden paneling heightening the hall's intimacy.
DURING Ruthin festival this week there will be a series of recitals in The Collegiate Church of St Peter in Ruthin.
From September, she will be involved in a series of masterclasses, workshops and recitals with the students.