Classic-pop pianist Maksim Mrvica will grace our shores again after his well-received concerts in April this year. The 29-year-old Croatian was trained as a classical pianist and gave his first public performance at the age of nine. He won first prize in the Nicolai Rubinstein International Piano Competition in 1999 and the Pontoise Piano Competition in 2001. Maksim has attracted young audiences with his innovative style that bridges the gap between classical and pop music. His performances are characterised by multi-media presentations featuring laser and video shows. The pianist will perform at the Wild Day Out concert tomorrow at the West Kowloon Heliport (at the junction of Austin Rd West and Nga Chung Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui). He will perform alongside Taiwanese artists Wu Bai & China Blue, Mayday, Chang Chen-yueh and Hong Kong's Jun Kung and Josie Ho. Tickets cost $220 and are available from HMV and Tom Lee outlets. For more information, call 2313 8889. Maksim will wrap up his Hong Kong tour with a show on Sunday at 2pm at Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui. Admission is free.