7 Rock & Seoul
Korean foursome CNBlue proved their rock credentials in September when they opened for Linkin Park in Japan. And now they're coming here.
When: January 7, 8pm
Where: AsiaWorld Expo
Tickets: HK$280-HK$1,280 from HK Ticketing on 31 288 288
5 Become a pro
Fifty music-loving YP readers can learn how to be a music critic.
The 'How to Listen to a Concert Like a Critic' workshop will be held on January 8, led by SCMP's classical music critic Sam Olluver. Participants will then attend the January 11 Virtuoso Passion concert and submit their review of the performances.
Send your name, age, school and phone number to reporters. firstname.lastname@example.org  by January 5.
20 Melodic tales
Music can be used to tell wonderfully engaging stories, and the HK Philharmonic Orchestra want to share three of classical music's most descriptive, including Ravel's Mother Goose.
When: January 20 and 21, 8pm
Where: Cultural Centre
Tickets: HK$50-HK$140 (HK$100-HK$280 for adults) from Urbtix on 2111 5999
15 Boys are back
When crossover quartet Il Divo were formed in 2004, opera officially became cool. Check out their operatic renditions of pop and rock in March.
When: March 18, 8pm
Tickets: HK$380-HK$1,280 from HK Ticketing
15 Girl talk
K-pop princesses Girls' Generation are stopping off in the 'Kong as part of their second concert tour. Prepare for utter madness.
When: January 15, 8pm
Where: AsiaWorld Arena
Tickets: HK$680-HK$1,480 from HK Ticketing