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[Video] SUJU-M’s Henry Rises as Ace Violinist of ‘Always Cantare’

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2014.12.05 17:11 Mwave Ko Hong Ju Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Super Junior-M’s Henry immediately received praise from Maestro Nanse Gum with his fantastic violin playing skills.

During the December 5 broadcast of tvN’s Always Cantare, Henry will be rising as the ace violinist in the show dealing with the birth of a new orchestra.

According to the production team, Henry’s skills far exceeded their expectation. Henry immediately caught the attention of the conductor with his violin playing skills and became the energizer of the orchestra.

In the preview video, Henry is seen showing his skills during his first encounter with Maestro Nanse Gum. Henry said, “I will play a song that’s a bit fancy,” before he passionately played the violin, bringing a smile onto the conductor’s face.

Gong Hyung Jin, Park Myung Soo and Oh Sang Jin who were also present on the spot all said, “He is our ace.”

[Video] SUJU-M’s Henry Rises as Ace Violinist of ‘Always Cantare’

This day’s broadcast will show the process of the celebrities who have strong aspiration for music coming together with the orchestra members.

Gong Hyun Jin who gathers people for the orchestra, Park Myung Soo’s leadership, Oh Sang Jin who will play the violin for the first time in a long time and each member who joins the orchestra after taking the audition, will all be unfolded along with sincere music.

Always Cantare is a four-episode long reality show about celebrities and citizens forming an orchestra to challenge themselves with a charity concert under the direction of the legendary Maestro Nanse Gum. It will air every Friday at 11:30 p.m. (KST) starting December 5.



Photo credit: tvN

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