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|1. n. (music) A large group of musicians who play together on various instruments, usually including some from strings, woodwind, brass and/or percussion, the instruments played by such a group.|
|2. n. A semicircular space in front of the stage used by the chorus in Ancient Greek and Hellenistic theatres.|
|3. n. The area in a theatre or concert hall where the musicians sit, immediately in front of and below the stage, sometimes (also) used by other performers.|
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|1. n. orchestra|
|She walks over to the orchestra.|
It has two great restaurants, a wonderful concert hall with a great resident orchestra and, until recently, a great theatre company.
The opening statement was vivid and expressive, with the orchestra sounding muscular and immaculately balanced.
So he told the orchestra during the interval that he was planning not to speak, but just to launch into the symphony without preamble.
The whole performance was a collaboration of musical minds, rather than a competition for the limelight, as details of phrasing and ornamentation were passed between the soloist and the orchestra.