Which preposition to use with « soloist »
- The regular landing-stages were taken by transports, tracks were held for troop-trains, and it was night before we got down to London, where crowds and buses stormed along as usual and barytone soloists in every music-hall were roaring defiance to the Kaiser and reiterating that Britannia ruled the waves.
- At first, he was the main trombone soloist of the band.
- The piece begins with one soloist on stage accompanied by actress Kathleen Chalfant reciting Eliot’s poem.
- India Bradley and Roman Mejia, colleagues at New York City Ballet, are up against Kellie Drobnick from Twyla Tharp Dance, and Aran Bell, a recently promoted soloist at American Ballet Theater, for the dance honor.
- When Ysaÿe was twenty-seven years old, he was recommended as a soloist for one of the Concerts Colonne in Paris.
- Sometimes a concerto contrasted a group of soloists with the rest of the orchestra.