Trivia: The word “orchestra” came from the Greek term “orcheisthai,” meaning what?
The correct answer is To dance
So why is this answer correct? : The word “orchestra” has been around for millennia. In ancient Greece, an “orchēstra” was the circular space used by the chorus on stage at the front of a theater. They named this space from the word “orcheisthai,” meaning “to dance.” Today, it’s taken on a similar, modern definition to describe a group of musicians organized to perform ensemble music, or it can describe the physical space in front of the stage that is used by musicians.