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The casting of Kim Junsu’s ‘2012 XIA Ballad & Musical Concert with Orchestra’ was announced.
C-JeS Entertainment revealed that the casting and staff of this concert was confirmed. The famed composer Choi Jooyoung put together [T/N: literal translation is “constructed”] a heart-warming concert, and the musical actor Kim Sunyoung will perform with Junsu numbers from the musical ‘Elisabeth’. Also, Tang Joonsang from the musical ‘Mozart!’ will perform the role of young Mozart.
This concert is the first-ever solo ballad and musical concert that will be performed by an idol singer. A special presentation of musical numbers, ballad songs from albums and OST songs that Kim Junsu has sung as well as his favorite songs is being prepared. In addition to this, 120-minute long all-live performance with an orchestra will be presented [on the stage].
An associate relayed, “A top quality show is being prepared. This is the first time ever [for this type of concert] to be attempted in Korea. We expect dramatic experience through musicals and drama OSTs and romantic memories through heart-wrenching yet warm ballad songs”.
Musical actor Kim Sunyoung performed together with Kim Junsu in much-talked-about ‘Elisabeth’. She has shown that she is the top musical actor in Korea in ‘Miss Saigon’ and ‘Jekyll and Hyde’.
Tang Joonsang played the role of young Amadeus in ‘Mozart!’ and is currently performing in the musical ‘Assassin’.
Kim Junsu’s year-end solo concert will take place on December 29th through 31st at COEX. 21,000 tickets to three performances have completely sold out.
Credit: The Star Chosun
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