YUNDI LI PIANO RECITAL Renowned pianist Yundi Li will give a piano recital backed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. Born in Chongqing , Li is most well-known for being the youngest winner of the Warsaw Chopin Competition in 2000. Since then, the pianist has captured the attention of classical music lovers around the world. Under the baton of Edo de Waart, Li will perform Piano Concerto No.1 by Liszt and Symphony No.2 by Brahms. The concert will take place on Thursday and Friday at 8pm at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall. Tickets cost $300, $225, $150 and $75 for students ($600, $450, $300 and $150 for adults) and are available from Urbtix on 2734 9009. SPECTACULAR DANCE Deaf members of the Beijing Disabled Person's Performing Art Troupe will perform the award-winning dance Thousand-Hand Guanyin from now until January 31 at 3pm and 6pm at the New Town Plaza in Sha Tin. This 17-member dance troupe has received rave reviews since it formed in 1992 and they have performed in more than 40 countries. With stage effects and musical accompaniments, the performers dance with their hands, revealing the different postures of the goddess Guanyin. The dancers are unable to hear the music, so they only rely on signals from trainers at the corners of the stage Admission is free. For more information, call 2750 0031.