V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: a performer, especially a musician, who performs alone


Antonyms: band, group, orchestra

Tips: Soloist comes from solo, "alone." The word soloist is most often used in the context of musical concerts: a jazz soloist, a violin soloist, etc.

Usage Examples:

The cello soloist delivered an impassioned performance. (sole performer)

He decided to pursue a solo career after the breakup of his band. (without others, individual) adjective

The concert featured a world-famous, operatic soloist. (one who performs alone)

The saxophone soloist at the concert stole the show. (lone performer)

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