It is ever thus with the transient passions of our première jeunesse.
Lola's début as a première danseuse was made on March 30, 1844.
He took piano-lessons of Ricardo Viñès, and in 1891 was awarded a "première médaille" in piano-playing at the Conservatoire.
"première Classe" coaches were reserved for us on our trip to Paris.
She hardly noticed it, for she was talking vivaciously to Madeleine about the première of Donnay's comedy.
She was to have her première in May, and Josef wrote that he would go up from Paris with her.
Mrs. R. went to see the première of a new piece about which there had been considerable excitement in the theatrical world.
It seems incredible that you were having your première here to-night and that I knew nothing of it—until now.
The première of "The Golden Giant," to all intents and purposes, took place before a crowded and paying house.
I am looking forward to the première of your great tragedy, Zenobia, of which Miss Sample has been telling me.