Fans have uncovered a blog entry by a “Professor Hong Jong Hwa” that details SMTOWN’s participation in the 2011 29th SBS Gayo Daejun. The professor, has been helping produce for SM for decades. His works include Kangta’s albums in 2001, Lee Soo Man’s work in 1988, DJ Doc’s in 1994 and many other titles.
The blog entry outlines that the broadcast will be calling the group, “SM Orchestra” or “SM Special Performance”. It includes a violin performance by Super Junior M’s Henry with SNSD’s Seohyun on the Piano, Tiffany on the Flute, Super Junior’s Kyuhyun on the Harmonica, TRAX’s Jungmo on the guitar, f(x)’s Victoria on the guitar as well. The vocals will be featuring SNSD, SHINee and more.
The special surprise guests will be an appearance from all SM Artists, including EXO, the new boyband. There has yet to be an official release by SM Entertainment on this.
Check out the full blog post below:
[Professor Hong Jong Hwa’s blog entry at 24 Dec 2011, 4.25am] Phew~ I’ve completed the SM Special Concert composition that I’m in charge of, and now I’m with SM singers at the last overnight practice and orchestra accompaniment practice~ It will be broadcasted live on 29th’s SBS Gayo Daejeon~^^ (for now, the broadcast starts around 9 o’clock but at around 10.50~11.00 (Gayo Daejeon part 2), it will be broadcasted as ‘SM Orchestra’ or ‘SM Special Performance’)
It will start with Super Junior M - Henry’s violin, while the Orchestra concerto is going on, SNSD - Seohyun (Piano), Tiffany (Flute), Super Junior - Kyuhyun (Harmonica). Trax - Jungmo (Guitar), f(x) - Victoria (Guitar)..then comes SoShi’s Vocal, SHINee, etc… It ends with the appearance of all SM Artistes~ Rookie group EXO will also be featured live.^^ (t/n: not sure whether the EXO ‘live’ refers to them singing live or just EXO appearing on the live broadcast)
It was originally made to be a composition of around 20 minutes (10 Suites) but because it is a broadcast, it was cut short to around 9 minutes long. There’s a plan to separately show the full version, through music video and performance, as ‘SM Concert’~ (It will also be broadcasted worldwirde through Youtube^^)
Source: Professor Hong Jong Hwa’s Blog and @byulbit