- (music) the first public performance (as of a dramatic or musical work) anywhere in the world
How To Use world premiere In A Sentence
- For his NSO-commissioned Concerto for Four Soloists, which had its world premiere Thursday, he assembled two other big names in Indian music: Shankar Mahadevan, much feted for his work as a film composer and singer; and Hariharan, another film singer who specializes in the traditional sung poetic form called ghazal. NSO review: Tabla meets West as 'India' concert strikes a crossover convergence
- The 74-year-old sat among family and friends at the State Theatre in Pretoria to watch last night's world premiere of the much-anticipated opera which tells the story of her life as the wife of former South African president Nelson Mandela, and her role in the country's anti-apartheid struggle. Winnie the Opera premieres with all eyes on Winnie the spectator
- Last night the world premiere made its debut at Hull Truck Theatre.
- In any case, is the world premiere of a new opera what a symphony orchestra should be promoting? Times, Sunday Times
- After a busy summer, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens are getting ready for their season opener, which, incidentally, is also a world premiere.
- Horton Foote wrote more than 60 plays, won a Pulitzer Prize, two Academy Awards, but what he called his magnum opus is only now getting its world premiere, six months after his death at the age of 92. NPR Topics: News
- The world premiere took place in August 1956.
- Now a solid band, they will be sharing the stage with Dennis Rollins and friends to perform the world premiere of a specially-commissioned piece.
- Scott is being fêted with the world premiere screenings of the 25th anniversary edition of Alien, his '79 horror-sci-fi-suspense masterpiece.
- The world premiere of the film itself will take place on BBC Television and will include live link-ups around the country to special cinema screenings.