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PostSubject: The Grand Foyer   Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:29 pm

Also known as the Entrance Hall. The room is line the floor with white marble tiles. Noticing from the outside, the whole front of the building is huge panes of glass from the bottom of the floor reaching up to the ceiling thirty feet above bringing in much natural light into the Foyer. Nice comfortable black leather chairs, and couches set up a lounge area in one corner of the room. The only dash of color in the whole Entrance Hall were the Potted plants, pink Tiger Lilies, Seung Pyo mother's favorite flower, lined the entrance to HoengJae Concert Hall, to the auditorium. The only thing that broke up the space besides the white marble pillars, and the front desk was a curve wall, with contrasting black letters:

HoengJae Concert Hall
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sat Jun 09, 2012 3:03 am

Secretary Woo stood in between two body guards in the middle of the Grand Foyer room. In his left hand were a stack of applications forms. His face was passive, almost void of all emotions scanning the hall of the excited musician, or the worried patrons who came to cheer them on. They were all whispering but with the specific design of the concert hall, it amplified even the tiniest of noise, making their whisper into a destructive chorus.

Woo put his free hand to his mouth and coughed loud enough for those near by to hear. Woo was not going to talk over them. If they could not, or would not settle down, he will have no choice but to escort them out of the premises.

Like a wave washing over the room as the whispers fell silent. Others made the shushing sound to quite the ones who did not hear the cough or the ones who were mid way between sentences, until Secretary Woo had all of their full attention.

"Thank You for joining us this afternoon," he said in a considerate manner, pushing up his bifocals. "Before you perform the audition in front of Mr. Choi-" Some people, mostly females whispered and even scream with excitement. Most that screamed where Korean girls, who to Woo's best guess, probably swoon over him at one of his many concerts over the years. He would let the incident slide, but he had little time to waste, and could not deal with a bunch of fan girls. "-there are several rules you must abide by."

"Rule number 1 Mr. Choi is a very busy man, once you are on stage go straight into playing. Do not waste your time introducing yourself. This is what these are for." he held up the applications just high enough for all to see.

"Secondly, Mr. Choi will stop you at any time, be ready to stop at a moments notice."

"Finally, Mr. Choi's word is law."

Woo saw the tension rise in the room. A strain that was present but was subdued by the noise. Once the noise was quench, the tension sore to new levels. He did not waste anytime though dwelling on their fates, Woo just step forward handing half of his applications to both body guards, making them pass them out to every musician. "Fill this out, and hand them into reception. There you will receive a number, that number is what order you will be performing. Please no swapping."

As the guards where doing what Woo asked of them, he went on. "In the Grand Foyer, you may tune your instruments, practice your song of choice, or sit. Please do not wounder. Those who came to support their friend, or family member, be respectful to others and to this Concert Hall. The lounge area is for you as well. If any suspicious actions are commiserating, you will be asked to leave. Thank you, and Good luck."

Woo did not wait for anyone to ask any questions. He turn about and walked through a pair of french doors, and was gone from sight in an instant, leaving the receptionists and the guards to bring order to the chaos.


Application consist of several pages of information, and guidelines, but the main portion was the first page-

Full Name:
Address: (Be general)
Phone number: (Do not have to fill this out)

Musical Instrument: (list all)
How long have you been playing with the Instrument:
Self Taught/Professionally train:
Musical performance prior to this? If yes, give details.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sun Jun 17, 2012 4:18 am

(Finally! I HAVE arrived~! Forgive the name's I choose for the applications, they'll be whatever first comes to mind xD By the way, I think I'm gonna copy you Choi.)




There were indeed many fangirls and riftraft who did not actually belong here, and their numbers were at least ten times greater than the actual auditonees. Those who were not chatting, and giggling with excitement, were busying themselves with their applications. Some were becoming nervous as though a test had just been placed in their hands, while others were diligently focused and solely determined about the task at hand.

But those who were being a bit of a bother, aka the "riftraft" were being subdued by the guards. The guards did their best to quiet the crowd, but it only resulted in more questions about when Choi would be coming in, and when the auditions were going to start.






One of the musicians stood, chuckling and rough-housing with some of his buddies as they all pitched in with the answers to his application. It was perhaps in the musician's hands only a fraction of the time. He had only enough time to scratch down his name with a green sharpie before one of his buddies had snatched it up for closer examination.

"Hehe, let's see, Full Name: Edward Hopper, Address...?" He sized Edward up before concluding, "The Sahara Desert," as he added it on to the paperwork. Another buddy then snatched it up and began adding his own bit of nonsense onto the application, and so on and so forth, all in the same bright green color from the sharpie.

The musician himself, Edward apparently, seemed unconcerned, and simply laughed it off. That left less work for him then, if he didn't have to write out everything himself. Ed was dressed in a black t-shirt and knee-length shorts. He had long scraggily dark hair that was swept back in gel, and thick, jet black tattoo's decorated his forearms. He seemed rather at ease.







Then there was a young girl, sitting on the ground with a grin on her face as she idly went through her application. She was accompanied by a friend, who was playing with the girl's trumpet while the girl was busy filling out her application.

"I bet no one will believe we actually showed up huh? Our schoolmates would be so flippin' out if they saw us right now!" The girl said excitedly.

"You got that right Celia!" Her friend replied with a laugh.







Upon many other fellow auditionees, there was also a man, a tad bit older than the rest, standing quietly away from the rest. He had no one accompanying him, and he was simply working on his application, with his cello case propped up beside him. Unlike the others, he looked like he had a fair bit of experience. One could see just by the way he carried himself and how quiet he was. The rest of the crowds were just buzzing with excitement.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Fri Jun 29, 2012 11:58 pm

Aimee had, quite literally, taken only thirty-seven steps in England before her brother had come running over, taking all of her things and shoving a flyer in her face. It was one of the weirdest (and most annoying) 'welcome back's she had ever received in her life. All that confusion was swept away pretty fast, however.

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So Aimee found herself standing in the middle of a ginormous crowd, craning to listen as a man in glasses spoke. The conductor's manager, she presumed. When handed a form, she tried tuning out the various screaming fan-girls to pay attention to filling it out. Jason peered over her shoulder as she sat down to write against the marble floor.

"Mitchelle, Aimee, Hangleton, England... yeah, yeah... musical instruments?" The brunette frowned, tapping the pen against her knee. "Professional instruments or hobby instruments?"

"... Aimee. It says list all instruments. All. Aaaaaalllll."

"Yes, well, I'm not actually supposed to list like, the gayageum, right? I haven't played that since I was ten!"

"Please be reasonable, Sa-Hae."

"Shut up, please." Shaking her head, she scribbled in 'Main: Piano. Extra: Guitar. (Dabble in various others)'.
"Right-o. I've played piano... 12 years? 13? 12, I think. Guitar... 8- no, 9. Jesus."

"Geek."

"Shut up. Okay... uh, professionally trained in the piano -is that considered professionally trained? Halmoni used to be a pianist... self-taught the guitar; why didn't the elders like the guitar again, Jason?"

"They all had sticks up their asses... Don't look at me like that! You know it's true. It was all traditional and classic for them."

"... Going on, now... Um. Prior musical performances. Zilch, zilch... waitwaitwait. I have played in an orchestra before! I substituted for that chicken-pox guy during Na-young's father's charity tour, didn't I? Yeah." Aimee scratched the last part down and closed the pen. "There, that's awful. I wouldn't even hire myself..." She pushed herself off the ground, cracking the knuckles on her hand while flipping through the rest of the application packet. "Choi's the world's best ass-hole, though, yunno." She cast a doubtful eye at all the crazy girls surrounding them. "Guess he knows his stuff, however. Can't really talk trash about the person that'll pay me, hmm?" The girl turned in the form to an official once done and again. Jason hovered around her as she closed her eyes and tuned into her own world. In Aimee's world, nothing existed except the voices of music.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sat Jun 30, 2012 12:48 am

An hour had passed and still no one was brought into the Auditorium, that is because Seung Pyo still wasn't here. But all that changed when a tented black SUV pulled up in front of the Hoengjae Concert hall. There wore already a swarm of attendants, and body guards waiting to do their jobs. One opening the door, while all the other bowing their heads in greeting and sign of respect, as Seung Pyo stepped out of the vehicle. He said and did nothing as he handed one of the attendants his briefcase, and tossing his sunglasses as well. The man fumbled with it, but caught in all the same.

Seung Pyo did not wait for any of them as he climbed the stairs to the Concert Hall, all dressed up in a business suit with a suave boyish twist to it. The automatic glass doors open, and he was greeted by a horde of people, some had serious demeanor, but all the others wore screaming trying to get his attention, but was pushed back by Seung Pyo's body guards. Seung Pyo did not notice anyone in particular as he stared straight a head. He was greeted by his Secretary, who bowed and said, "do-ryeon-nim."

Seung Pyo greeted him likewise but also added, "Is all the preparations completed?" in Korean.

"Yes right this way," he gestured with his hand, and both of them proceeded into the AUditorium.
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Right than the two receptionist posted a list of the 42 musicians vying for the spot in which the order was going to be.

7. Celia
11. Cello player (he has no name)
29. Edward Hopper
41. Aimee Mitchelle

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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sat Jun 30, 2012 1:24 am

As chaos started to erupt, Jason looked up in time to see an SUV pull up. It was like in those freakin' Muggle spy movies with rich people and backstabbers. He watched with narrowed eyes as the Choi dude stepped out, tossing his stuff out to be caught with little care. The glasses dude who had spoken up earlier caught up with Choi and they discussed briefly before heading towards the auditioning room. Jason let out a long whistle before turning to his sister.

"You're right, Aimee, he seems to be a total ass. All the chicks love him, though. Do you think he works out?" Turning around, Jason blinked - his sister still remained seated, eyes closed. The only difference was that she had stuck headphones on.
Sighing at her eccentric ways, the boy head over to the audition list as they were post up. His height giving an advantage against the other vertically-challenged folk, Jason spotted his sister's number and head back. He tapped her shoulder and pulled on the side of the headphone.

"Yah, Sa-Hae. You're number forty-one. Out of forty-two," he spoke in her ear. "Got quite a while to go."


Sa-Hae frowned up at him and nodded, opening her eyes only briefly. She went back into her world again and he eventually just sat down besides her, watching the crowds around them with little interest.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sat Jun 30, 2012 3:03 am

As Choi made his appearance, the crowd went crazy, desperately screaming and trying to get to the man they worshiped, only to be held back by security. Many of the audible screams were something along the lines of "I love you Choi!!!" or "I'm your biggest fan!!!" And even as Choi disappeared into the auditorium, security had their hands full trying to settle down the crowd.




"You're seventh!" Celia's friend exclaimed, and the two of them giggled, moving in closer to the auditorium doors so they could wait for Celia's turn.

Full Name:Celia (...) Earhart
Address: 201 Left St. London, England
Phone number: ---

Musical Instrument: Trumpet
How long have you been playing with the Instrument: 14 years
Self Taught/Professionally train: Trumpet, self-taught 6 years, professionally trained 8.
Musical performance prior to this? If yes, give details: No.




Mystery-man said nothing as he spotted his number, and stayed where he was, keeping his gaze on the auditorium doors or on his sheet music. But then, he looked to his cello case, and ran his fingertips across the engraving above the lock. The engraving, was his name, "Malo."

Full Name: Malo (...) Slips
Address: (...) Scotland.
Phone number: ---

Musical Instrument: Cello, Piano (>:3), Saxophone
How long have you been playing with the Instrument: Cello, 23 years, Piano 17, Saxophone 8.
Self Taught/Professionally train: Entirely Self Taught
Musical performance prior to this? If yes, give details. Nighthold Glade Annual Music Festival, thirteen years running.





"Man, you gotta wait forever!" One of Ed's bud's complained. He simply shrugged and grinned.


Full Name: Edward Hopper
Address: London, England
Phone number: ---

Musical Instrument: Electric Guitar
How long have you been playing with the Instrument: 2 months
Self Taught/Professionally train: Professionally trained by Dr. Professor Worthington Ford.
Musical performance prior to this? If yes, give details: The Hooter's Bar tabletop performance.

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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sat Jun 30, 2012 9:25 am

The attendant near the doors where the auditioners will enter and exit, called out in a clear but deep rumbling voice, "Veronica Trinket." The girl greeted with an enthusiastic demeanor as she proceeded through the double doors, with instrument at hand. Five minutes later her demeanor changed. She was pale white, and her sunshine smile was gone, replaced with quivering lips. She did not answer the people her bombarded her with question. She did not even responded to her friend that waited behind to found out how she did. She just walked right out of the Concert Hall.

One by one the Attendant called out a name as they proceeded in and out of the auditorium to gain the favor of Seung Pyo. Some took five to seven minutes, while others took only a few minutes. Everyone's reaction was different. Some came out with a broad grin on their face but their eyes betraying them to throw off the competition, and others look sick with anxiety.

"Celia Earhart, please come forward," the attendant called forth to the group that was left. "Please proceed to those doors," he informed her where to go.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Fri Jul 06, 2012 4:17 pm

Kimeko ignored the attendant calling out another name. She was more focused on her "socializing" with her competitors, those ones that was a threat to her seeing her beloved, Choi Seung Pyo. She would be polite at first, asking where they were from, how long have they been playing, and if they would play her something. Most refused but some complied. Not leaving anything to chance, like a snake she shed her skin to reveal that she like others where two faced. she would "suggest" that they forgot something at home, after wiping their memories of the last few hours.

Oh yes, she was a witch. A clever witch that was once, and forever an alumni to Mahoutokoro Academy. She graduated the same year as the Great Seung Pyo himself. They were once old lovers, and she wished to rekindle the flames. But first she had to destroy these fools.

One caught her eye. Her next victim....

"Hello, do you speak Japanese?" she said in an english voice. She hated the english language. It was so...so foreign to her liking. "I'm Kimeko, and your name, Miss?" She asked the girl who sat by the glass window with she guess her little brother.

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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:56 pm

(Older.)

Aimee had still been out of it when someone stopped in front of her feet, casting a shadow upon her. Her eyes blinked upwards as she pulled off her headphones. Was it her turn already...?
Alas, no. A woman - an incredibly pretty one, at that - stood before her. Aimee got up, tilting her head towards the girl. Judging by her question and tone of voice, it was safe to say she wasn't/hadn't been English for very long.

"Hmm? Um, hai. Dekimasu...?" Yes. A little. Aimee's Japanese, a little rusty, sounded really uncertain. She was pretty sure she had said that right.

She took a quick glance around, looking at the auditionees. Some of the people seemed heart-broken and despondent. Others seemed... slightly more composed, but anxious nonetheless. The former ones were probably those who had already played and failed - the standards were set high, after all. Jason slept besides her without a care in the world, and Aimee... well, she would be lying if she said she weren't nervous - butterflies were starting to flutter about in her stomach as the numbers flew by at a steady pace.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Fri Jul 06, 2012 9:13 pm

"Yoi. Yoi desu." Good. That is good, Kimeko replied in Japanese, happy that she did not have to speak in the other foul language much more. She was pleased to at least find one girl with taste of her home country, even though the girl was out of her league if she thought to get the Orchestral position, Kimeko sought after, but first some small talk. "O-namae wa?" Kimeko asking for the girl's name once more.

She took a seat next to the girl, also soaking in the rays. Even though it was winter time, the sun was out. It felt good on her skin. She missed the warmth of the natural hot springs that Japan had to offer, and the warmth of environment. It was so unlike Britain, with its crummy streets, waste and filth. She couldn't stand it.

"27, Daniel Hendrix." The attendant called out but no one step forth. He repeated, "Number 27, Daniel Hendrix, please come forth," but once again no one came forth, which put a smile on Kimeko's lips.

She turn back to the girl, eyeing her, and her surroundings, only to find that their was no instrument or case near the girl. She asked, in an obvious surprise voice, "Where is your instrument?"
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Fri Jul 06, 2012 10:41 pm

"Aimee. Nice to meet you." Aimee offered a small smile and scooted over to give Kimeko more space. She leaned back against the window, crossing her legs and watching as an attendant called out the names.
She was surprised that there were no-shows here. As the man repeated himself, Aimee glanced around, as well. She knew that some of the people here would probably sell their soul to the devil to get a position in the orchestra, so... why sign up for something and leave?

She turned towards Kimeko to ask about her number and noted the smile upon the girl's face, although why, Aimee didn't know. No matter the reason, Kimeko was like a little ray of sunshine in all this gloom and tension. She was amazed how collected the woman could appear.
"Um..." She wiggled her fingers and pantomimed playing the piano. "It's all right here. You?"
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Fri Jul 06, 2012 11:06 pm

Kimeko pulled a loose strand of hair, from her face back behind her ear. She found Aimee to be delightful under any other circumstances, but under these, she felt pity that she had to spin her little web to catch the cute little Caterpillar, before it became a lovely butterfly. But she would muse the conversation just a little bit longer. She laughed, amused by Aimee's antics. It was a heavenly laugh, that could brighten anyone's day. "Mine too," she mimicked the motions of strumming her fingers as if playing the harp. "I play the harp. Its to heavy to carry with me, so my men our setting it up for me."

Kimeko sat posed, with her legs cross. Sometimes seen rocking back and forth, looking around the Entrance Hall. She acted like her former self, as a little girl, amazed by everything around her. The white Marble floors that reflected the sun light, the leather seating making it a stark contrast with each other. Even the Tigar Lilies caught her eye. "Isn't this place lovely? Little Seung Pyo out did himself this time, don't you agree?"

The attendant said it once more for Daniel Hendrix to join them up on stage in the concert hall, but once again for the last time he did not show. "Number 28, Kathrine Berks. Kathrine Berks, please come forward." But she too did not come forward.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Fri Jul 06, 2012 11:22 pm

... Her men?
Aimee nodded in understanding, keeping silent as she watched the girl. It was to be expected, she supposed - stereotypical musicians were very posh, after all. Ah, well... most of them - she had spotted a rockstar-type guitarist earlier. Aimee herself was pretty ordinary. She glanced down at herself, wondering if her clothes could be considered semi-formal... perhaps. She liked the hat, though - the gloves, too, even though they did little to hold warmth.
"It is lovely, yeah," Aimee agreed absent-mindedly. She turned her attention to the Concert Hall itself, looking around the vast room. It was all very extravagant and black-white - simplistically chic? There were the flowers, though. Tiger Lilies smelled amazing. "It's amazing, all thi-" She paused. "Little... Seung... Pyo?"
Another no-show was called, yet Aimee paid no attention as she raised an eyebrow at Kimeko. Little Seung Pyo? What was that about?
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Fri Jul 06, 2012 11:41 pm

She laughed once again, this time her had covering her mouth. She found the girls confusion a delight. Well, she would clarify it for her, and maybe...just maybe Aimee would be scared off by the news. "Yes, Little Choi and I go way back. Back to our first year in school." Most people would assume kindergarten as the first years, but magical folk would understand as the first year of training in magic school. "We were friends, than lovers. We have history together, but sadly we lost touch." It was easier for her to talk in Japanese so she reverted back to it, hoping Aimee would understand.

She looked at Aimee, and said in a sweet voice. "meimei (Younger Sister) what are you thinking?"
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sat Jul 07, 2012 12:00 am

"Saa..." Aimee looked down at her hands, the corners of her lips thinning ever so slightly. Being on the laughing end of a conversation was always embarrassing.
So they knew each other. Hmm. She really hoped that Choi Seung-Pyo wouldn't be the type of person to be biased based on personal relationships and preference. If he was, then... well, she was wasting her time here, wasn't she? Aimee wanted the job, though. Having a position in an orchestra seemed like it would be an amazing experience. She was sure that perhaps, her uncle could get her a spot in his friend's, but Aimee didn't want to curb in favors. She wanted to get her spot fair and square. Choi just better not give his girlfriend the place unfairly.

Kimeko interrupted Aimee's thoughts and she looked up, shaking her head ruefully. "Ah, iie. It's surprising, though. School in..." Hold on. She lowered her town, frowning at Kimeko. "Mahoukotoro?" Seung Pyo had been a wizard, after all. Was the girl a witch?
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sat Jul 07, 2012 12:25 am

Kimeko smile withered, like the rose without water under a burning sun. "Meimei, I wish you hadn't mention that," she said in a sinister tone of voice as she pulled out her wand. Most people was gathering on the other end off the hall, near the entrance to the stage for their performance, so they were not paying attention. Others were more focus on their nerves to even notice a wand in Kimeko's hand. She pointed the long Hawthorn wand at Aimee's chest. "Oblivi-"
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sat Jul 07, 2012 12:48 am

A hand shot out from Kimeko's other side, grabbing onto her wrist and forcing the wand tip down towards the ground. Aimee jumped out of her chair, fumbling for her own wand. A hand wave from Jason made her pause, glaring at the girl with thinly veiled anger.

"I dunno if you realized this or not," Jason was now very much awake as he frowned at Kimeko, "but the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy forbids any use of magic in front of Muggles." He held onto her wrist, taking her wand with his other hand. "The Ministry here can have some pretty harsh punishments for this type of stuff, yunno."

"Thanks, Jason," Aimee muttered. Her wand had been stuck on a hook inside her jacket - she chastised herself for putting it in the inner pocket. It wasn't as if she should have needed it, though... She glanced around at the other auditionees before turning back to face the situation at hand. "Thank you for that, Kimeko. I'll make sure to repay the favor, someday. Do all you Mahoukotoro students greet people like that? If so,-"

"Now now, let's not fight, ladies. Kimeko-chan, was it? Do you want this," he wiggled her wand, "or should we all have a nice little chat? You woke me up from my nap with all that laughing, you see. Not nice."
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sat Jul 07, 2012 1:11 am

Kimeko wanted their blood...maybe not, but she did want them to turn into something fowl right before her very eyes. But sadly to say, she was over powered by the two, and lost her wand in the process. She stood up, glaring at the two, flicking her hair behind her once more. She had come up with plenty of her own retorts, but only one would suffice to fit her needs. "You are wasting your time hear, meimei," she said it as if it was the most vial word in the whole language. "President Choi is going to choose me over you. And that's a fact." She stormed off down the Entrance Hall, letting them keep her wand. She did not want to keep anything that touched such filth, anyways.

The attendant spoke once more seeing for a second time that number 28 would not be joining them, so he moved on down the list. "Number 29, Edward Hopper. 29, Edward Hooper."
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Sat Jul 07, 2012 7:48 pm

"... I dunno what her problem was," Aimee muttered. She watched the retreating figure, rubbing the back of her neck irritatedly. "I'm glad my memory's still in piece, nonetheless."
"Uhuh. What'd you even say to her? And... what am I supposed to do with this wand?"
"I didn't! Say anything, that is. Nothing that would make her wipe my memory, at least... I think." Aimee hmmphed, crossing her arms. "Not sure. But um... keep it, eat it - no, seriously. Put it away before someone notices." She sighed, scuffing the floor with her feet. "The competition's weird, here. Really weird."
"All the more reason for you to win, right? Queen of the Weirdos."
"Shut up." He was right, though. The little encounter had only boosted Aimee's desire to beat everyone - she really had to straighten Kimeko's facts for her, after all. Meimei. She scoffed. Having that girl as an older sister would be a nightmare.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Mon Jul 09, 2012 3:42 pm

Three Minutes later the whole Grand Foyer went dead silent hearing the ruckus going on inside the auditorium. Loud hooting and hollering followed by a crash, than another one. Finally they saw the perpetrator. It was the man with the mohawk. He was still screaming foul things, and trying to peel off the rest of his clothing, as two large body guards took him away. Most of the people watching were stun speechless, except for the friends of his who laughed hysterically as they follow in pursuit of the maniac.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Mon Jul 09, 2012 4:11 pm

Aimee had started to pace back and forth across the marble floor when noise cut through the room - at first, it had been the nervous whisperings and excited murmurings of auditionees and fans alike. What sounded throughout the room was not whispering - it was down-right hollering.
Aimee turned and all but gaped as the mohawk guy she had spotted earlier was escorted out. It... looked like he was trying to strip. Other various hooligans followed after the man soon after, and Aimee blinked rapidly.

"... Well then." She was torn between laughing and rolling her eyes, so did a mixture of both. The encounter had let out a lot of tension that was originally building up in the room, nonetheless. She relaxed, sitting down once more. "Did I ever mention that the competition was weird...?"

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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Mon Jul 09, 2012 4:30 pm

Kimeko's turn was almost here. She was number 35, and 33 was already on stage. She was never nervous to perform on stage. Like Seung Pyo, she thrived in the spot light. Her nerves consisted of other competitors, who could steal her Seung Pyo away from her. She would not let that happen at all cost, but with her wand now gone, she had to revert to other ways of ruining the others chances.

She swiftly turn her head toward Aimee, and gave her a delightful smile, as if she knew something the girl did not, before taking out her cellphone. At first the phone just rang and rang. After four or five rings, someone on the other line picked up. "Hello?" she said in a normal voice. "Are you here?" she asked, turning her attention to the girl who sat by herself, violin case in hand. The girl looked to be in another world, centering herself for the upcoming performance.

"Number 34, Kathrine Celeste, over here please," The attendant called out to the dwindling audience. The violinist got up. She was so graceful in her walk, so confident in her features that Kimeko knew she was an excellent violinist, pushing her plans up a bit.

"Yes? You are! That is wonderful," she had that wonderful smile on her lips. It was the best news she heard all day. "I have a favor to asked," she said walking passed Aimee, and her brother. Not really caring if they were eavesdropping on her conversation or not. "I need you to call him, right now." Their was a long pause before she answer again. "Fine. Fine. You can have it. Call now!" She hung up the phone, and slide it back into her pocket. Kimeko just watched as the violinist disappeared through the double doors. She could not suppress the glee in her features.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Mon Jul 09, 2012 5:09 pm

31... 32... 33... It didn't take long for Aimee to stand up again. She cracked the knuckles on her left hand, shifting from foot to foot. Her eyes met Kimeko's, and the girl frowned. Of course she was still here... of course. Kimeko gave a startling bright smile, however, and Aimee paused.
... Was she up to something?

Kimeko turned away before she could think anything of it, though, whipping out her cellphone. Aimee's eyes followed her as she talked briefly, grinning all the while. She took a step back instinctively as Kimeko neared, as if she were a poisonous snake. The harpist looked like she had received her birthday and Christmas presents at the same time early. It wasn't a very reassuring expression when you knew the person was a scheming git.

"I don't trust her," Aimee muttered to herself. She watched as a violinist entered the room, biting her lip. Now wasn't the time to worry about that, though... she hoped.
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PostSubject: Re: The Grand Foyer   Mon Jul 09, 2012 5:58 pm

Kathrine ran out, tears streaming down her face. She held onto her Violin, and case for dear life, as she ran into several people. She could not see through her mascara, and did not really care at the moment. Her life was in ruins. Her hopes and dreams were in shambles. She just wanted to run. Just run away, but of course she could not do that right, as her case and music sheets slip out of her hands crashing to the floor with a thud. "Why is he doing this to me?" she moaned trying to hold back the sobs. "Why?" she muttered picking up the sheets stuffing them into her case. Not caring if the got wrinkled or not.

The Attendant once again spoke up to announce the next person to go up, "35, Kimeko Tanaka, please step forward." At the sight of the violinist Kimeko was over the moon in blissful happiness. She did not know wither it was because she saw the girl crying or that she was going to see Seung Pyo at last. Right before she went through the double doors, she blew Aimee a kiss.
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