Definition of orchestrator in English:

orchestrator

noun

  • See orchestrate

    • ‘Murderers, let alone orchestrators of genocide, are different.’
    • ‘I don't mean the big-name celebrities, the deluded orchestrators behind it all.’
    • ‘All the families believe the men in the dock are, if guilty, merely the agents of murder, not the orchestrators.’
    • ‘Again, Cleveland-based orchestrator Willie ‘Face’ Smith adds just the right touch of Dameronia to three tracks.’
    • ‘As early as 1946, Henderson was one of the orchestrators of Beggar's Holiday, the only Ellington musical produced on Broadway.’