concert + -ize
concertize (third-person singular simple present concertizes, present participle concertizing, simple past and past participle concertized)
- (US) To perform in concerts
1915, Harriette Brower, Piano Mastery:
- I have been concertizing for the last three years, and studying alone.
1988 October 14, Dennis Polkow, “Serkin and Solti”, in Chicago Reader:
- Of the great romantic pianists, Vladimir Horowitz and Serkin are the only ones still actively concertizing.
- To adapt to the concert form
2007 May 12, Jon Pareles, “A New Style for Portugal’s Old Fado, but the Songs Are Still Full of Emotion”, in New York Times:
- It was concertized folk music, complete with cello, but it had spirit.