[ US /ˌɪmpɹɪˈsɑɹiˌoʊ/ ]
[ UK /ˌɪmpɹɪsˈɑːɹɪˌə‍ʊ/ ]
  1. a sponsor who books and stages public entertainments
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How To Use impresario In A Sentence

  • Such showcase events help the festival directors and impresarios to select and bring the best to the international festivals.
  • The idle rich of the day flocked to this elaborate mansion to be entertained by lavish masquerade balls and concerts, organised by a mysterious female impresario called Teresa Cornelys.
  • He remembers what a New York theatre impresario once told him.
  • For three years, he was impresario for Feodor Chaliapin—one of the greatest bassos who ever thrilled the ritzy boxholders at the Metropolitan. How to Win Friends and Influence People
  • That impresario in his palmy days was once faced with a press complaining vociferously that too many of the new American plays he was energetically producing were clinkers.
  • He could have become a musical impresario. Times, Sunday Times
  • A famous television celebrity and a distinguished theatrical impresario were there on my recommendation and loved it.
  • So the other night we went to the Belasco Theatre, erected in 1910 by the impresario and playwright David Belasco for his own shows.
  • I have always made impresarios a lot of money across my career and have never, so far as I am aware, given any of them heart attacks.
  • At the top of his agenda is finding an impresario to arrange a tour.
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