Here are this year's hottest festival shows, with the numbers of tickets left, at last count. Los Romeros play Spanish music with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Feb 27 - 15 tickets left. The three generations of the Los Romeros family play again, this time alone. Feb 29 - 70 tickets left. Canadian pianist Angela Hewitt plays a solo recital of Bach, Ravel and Messiasen. Feb 13 - 121 tickets left. French-Canadian pianist Marc-Andre Hamelin (his technique's been called 'the stuff of insider legend') plays Rachmaninov's Third and Rhapsody On A Theme Of Paganini with Hong Kong Philharmonic. Feb 5 - 129 tickets left. Korean Kyung-Wha Chung - the first Asian woman superstar violinist, long before Sarah Chang and Midori - performs Beethoven's Violin Concerto with Hong Kong Philharmonic. Feb 21 - 229 tickets left. Bobby McFerrin, the 'human beatbox' best known for Don't Worry, Be Happy, performs with local stars Eason Chan, Eugene Pao and female martial arts master Li Fai. Feb 9-10 - 234 tickets left. The Komische Oper Berlin performs Beethoven's only opera, Fidelio. Feb 7-8 - 254 tickets left. Backed by a 70-strong chorus, the Komische Oper Berlin stages The Merry Widow. Feb 5-6 - 298 tickets left. Prague Chamber Orchestra commemorates the 100th anniversary of Czech composer Dvorak's death. March 1 - 300 tickets left. Circus-like Compagnie 111 does 'sonic juggling', making music with bouncing balls, boxes, acrobatics and an accordion. Those crazy French. Feb 18-21 - 313 tickets left. London Symphony Orchestra (above), with 27-year-old conductor Daniel Harding and 20-year-old violin prodigy Sayaka Shoji. March 3-4 - 320 tickets left. Karen Mok plays controversial Shanghainese novelist Eileen Chang in Recycled. Feb 19, 21, 22 and 24 - 348 tickets left. Hong Kong Repertory Theatre do Chinese rendition of Alan Ayckbourn's A Small Family Business, poking fun at corrupt business in Shenzhen. March 3-4 - sold out; March 6,7,8,14, 16 and 21 - tickets still available.