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“I still can’t believe it.”
Students of the LA College of Music’s violin gathered in the cafeteria. They only looked at their cell phones.
Two days ago, it was revealed that the violin boy was Seojun Lee, and the Whale Studio began to bring up more teasers about the movie Over the Rainbow.
In addition to Seojun Lee, there were names that stood out more than anyone else into the eyes of students.
Benjamin Morton and Jason Moore participated in the composition of the songs.
“Professor Benjamin also participated.”
“I didn’t know. That’s why he didn’t give a special lecture.”
Benjamin Morton teaches at LA College of Music once a week in the form of a special lecture, and sometimes when he had time, he would stop by the school to give special lectures regardless of the scheduled lecture time.
Thanks to the so-called surprise lecture, students will always come to school even on days when there were no lectures.
“I thought he went on a trip because it’s summer vacation.”
“Me, too. I also thought he was helping Jason Moore’s concert.”
“Ah. Did you get the tickets for the concert?”
“No. The venue is the biggest hall in LA, but it sold out in the early evening.”
“As expected, Jason Moore. Professor Benjamin’s favorite student. I’ve seen a lot of videos of him, but I want to hear it myself.”
“I’m sure he will use ‘that’ violin this time, right?’
Everyone became interested at Choi Yoo-sung’s words.
“Stradivarius! Professor Benjamin used this violin when he was in his prime!”
“I can’t believe he will be using the violin of his teacher. Isn’t it’s so sweet of them?” (Not in a romantic way.)
“I like Stradivarius more than Guarnery.”
While Choi Yoo-sung and the other students were chatting, Natalie ran from afar.
Natalie stopped right in front of the table red-faced, perhaps out of breath.
Everyone looked at Natalie with a strange face.
“At the music Hall… there is… a filming… on-going
In between her paintings, spoke.
If it was the Music Hall, it was the largest hall in the LA College of Music.
Undergraduate students held concerts there, also, in this hall, famous orchestras performed their first time.
“Filming? What filming?”
“Over the rainbow!”
Beware of a cafeteria full of people, even though Natalie talked with a low volume, there are still some people who over heard them.
Choi Yoo-sung and friends pricked their ears as if they were struck by lightning.
Natalie quickly continued.
“Filming ‘Over the Rainbow’??? What do you mean by filming at Music Hall?”
“It means that Seojun Lee, the main character of the movie, may appear!!! There’s a high probability that there will be a performance scene.”
“But what does the filming have to do with us?”
“Don’t you even want to watch the filming?”
Natalie, who took a breath, reached out and pointed to one side.
It was near the Music Hall.
After a while, Natalie spoke again when she remembered that there seemed to be more people heading that way than usual.
“They seemed to be recruiting extras to play the role of an audience.”
“Let’s go there! It seems to be first come, first served!”
Natalie’s words seemed to repeat on their ears.
First come, first served!
Choi Yoo-sung and friends jumped up and ran to the place Natalie pointed to.
* * *
“We’re trying to gather as many student as possible… However, the hall is now full.”
“They must knew you were coming so many came.”
An employee of the Whale Studio PR team said with a smile.
They are now currently at the LA Music College’s Music Hall waiting room.
Seojun, dressed in a black suit, asked.
“Aren’t students busy with school?”
“It could be, but I heard only a very short moment of the audience will be needed on the screen. It won’t be obvious. If it doesn’t work, they can just find students passing by because this is a college. Then, Jun. Take a good rest until the concert.”
The employee of the PR team left and An Daho handed Seojun a drink.
Seojun took a sip of orange juice and said.
“No wonder it’s like a concert, not a shoot.”
“Right. Are you nervous?”
“No. I think it’s going to be fun. The set is a little different, but many people still came to watch me enough to fill all the audience seat. I’m really looking forward to it.”
An Daho attention went to the sound of knock and opened the door a little to check the visitor.
When the visitors came in one by one, Daho’s nerves seemed to be on edge as more people came in.
“The waiting room is wider than I thought.”
“This is going to be a great concert.”
Visitors were Benjamin Morton and Jason Moore.
Seojun jumped up and welcomed the two dressed up like an audience who came to watch the concert, not for filming.
Benjamin and Jason were surprised at the sight of Seojun’s clothes.
The black tuxedo looked so good on him.
“You really look like a violinist in that outfit.”
“Yeah. Much more than I thought.”
Seojun laughed at Benjamin and Jason’s compliments.
“Are you going to play this violin?”
“Yes. I love the sound.”
Jason Moore looked at the violin silently.
Even if the studio paid a lot of money to get a good violin, it was clear that if it was an 11-year-old kid playing it, they would also hesitate to spend more than the budget.
Perhaps this is the best violin available that Sarah Lot and Wales Studio could provide.
“What about this?”
Jason Moore put the bag he was holding on the table. Seojun and An Daho wondered what it was as they looked at Jason Moore opening his bag.
They thought it was a normal bag because of how he treated it so casually, but it was actually a violin case.
Benjamin Morton frowned.
“Why do you carry it in that bag?”
“If I carried it around so preciously. It’s more likely to be aimed at.”
“Aren’t you being too mean?”
“At least no one will think it is precious.”
Before the disciple became the owner of the violin, the teacher treated it like it was so precious as if it costed so much money, that’s why a thief took it from him. However, when the thief saw it was a violin, he just threw it aside. Fortunately, they were able to retrieve it.
Jason, must have remembered that event.
Jason Moore opened the Violin Case. Professor Benjamin shook his head as Jason opened too easily.
Regardless of the teacher’s displeasure, Jason opened the case wide.
There was a violin and a bow in it.
Seojun and Andaho looked at the reddish-brown violin.
In the eyes of two ordinary people, it was just an expensive-looking violin, but Seojun’s abilities actually fluctuated.
He felt something in the violin. Seojun also realized that it was not an ordinary violin.
Jason Moore spoke proudly.
It is one of the three famous violins. This cost millions of dollars.
Millions… Andaho swallowed his saliva.
An Daho looked at Jason Moore’s violin case and the violin. No one would think that inside the shabby violin case would contain a very precious Violin.
Seojun heard the Stradivarius from teacher Jung Yi-seul.
It was a violin that the teacher wants to play, however, he couldn’t imagine himself playing it because of the price.
“I heard it’s really expensive!”
“I got it from my teacher. The price is… Let’s not talk about it. So what do you want to do? Do you want to play with this?”
“Can I do that?”
Jason and Benjamin nodded at Seojun’s question.
Seojun, a natural actor, will not actually hold a concert.
However, the two musicians were curious about the melody of Stradivarius being played by Seojun and Gray.
Seojun’s eyes glinted as he looked down at Stradivarius.