MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA British singer and soprano Sarah Brightman will perform in Hall 3 of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai tomorrow at 8pm. This is the first stop of her Asian tour to promote her latest album Harem, which has sold more than 15 million copies worldwide. Born in England in 1960, Brightman is a multi-dimensional artist who possesses the knack to perform in various musical genres, from pop to musical theatre and from opera to classical crossover. In 1981 she performed in the musical Cats. Her career rocketed in 1986 after playing in her ex-husband Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom Of The Opera musical, in which the role of Christine was written for her. The singer has had huge success with albums since her collaboration with producer Frank Peterson in 1991. The well-received albums include Timeless/Time to say Goodbye (1997), Eden (1998) and 'La Luna' (2000). Tickets priced at $1,690, $890 and $490 are available through HK Ticketing at 3128 8288. GUITAR CLINIC Music lovers should not miss the guitar clinic hosted by virtuouso guitarist Joe Satriani. He will demonstrate his musical know-how today at 7.30pm in the Auditorium of the Hong Kong International Trade & Exhibition Centre in Kowloon Bay. The clinic is presented by Tom Lee Music. Satriani's career began when he first picked up a guitar at the age of 14. He is also a teacher, instructing such famous pupils as Metallica's Kirk Hammett, along with Steve Vai and jazz sensation Charlie Hunter. Tickets are $80 and can be purchased through HK Ticketing. BAND GIG Local indie bands Whence He Came, Uncle Joe and Airtub will be performing some of their original music at the Fringe Club in Central tomorrow night starting at 8pm. Tickets cost $40 in advance or $50 at the door and are available from promoter One-Eighty at 2573 0793 or from the Fringe Club at 2521 7251.