Beatles Studio Equipment & Manpower – ‘Seo Taiji Symphony’ rehearsal site revealed

September 19, 2008 at 3:54 am | Posted in Music | 3 Comments
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On the 13th Seo Taiji sneaked away to London for the rehearsal of “The Great 2008 Seo Taiji Symphony” and returned home on the 19th when the rehearsal was complete.

Arriving in London on the 13th, Seo Taiji met Tolga Kashif the following day after which they progressed with rehearsing for 12 hours with the orchestra. Also working with Seo Taiji, Tolga Kashif did his best and kept smiling throughout the rehearsal while supervising some 60 members that made up the orchestra.

The Watford Colosseum (where Lord of the Rings, the Sound of Music, The Star Wars Trilogies was recorded), was the venue used to rehearse. It is the same place that Britain’s Royal Philharmonic Orchestra frequently uses to rehearse as well. Furthermore, to produce the best sound, equipment from the iconic Abbey Road Studio was utilized.

The Abbey Road Studio was founded in 1931 and made popular by Beatles. It became the center of attention, where progressive rock evolved especially when artists like Cliff Richards and The Shadows recorded their music there.

“The best staff and orchestra members … and also Seo Taiji worked in complete harmony together. We will truly be able to present a magnificent performance in Seoul,” said a satisfied Tolga Kashif after their final rehearsal.

‘The Great 2008 Seo Taiji Symphony’ will open it’s doors on the 27th at the Seoul World Cup Stadium.

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  2. WHAA??? he was in london? DX
    OMG i wish i knew cause i would of gone down stalked out the place! XDDD
    AWW he look so cute in the photos ❤

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