Info: 212-926-2550 (New Heritage Theater Group) Celebrating the musical gifts that physically impaired men and women possess, Unheard Notes Differently Able Pianists, is a night of special music and possibilities as part of the Piano Paralympics, an international piano music festival that originated in Japan. In its New York debut, world-class disabled pianists from eight different countries will perform as part of a demonstration concert to make people aware of the next Piano Paralympics in 2009. Hosted by Japans Institute of Piano Teachers & Disabled Research Association (IPD), the Piano Paralympics, which first took place in Yokohama, Japan, in 2005, with the goals of researching better methods to teach the disabled and educating piano teachers to help teach them were first established by Japanese. Not just for the handicapped, the concert allows anyone with a physical disability to enter the competition and perform. Another important goal of the festival is to give these endowed musicians the chance to share their gifts and establish their talents while showing people that you can overcome great challenges. With two concert performances, one being on December 3rd, at the United Nations Dag Hammarskj??ld Auditorium as part of the U.N.s International Day of Disabled Persons and the other on December 5th, at Carnegie Halls Weill Recital Hall, this demonstration concert will undoubtedly show the great abilities that these disabled musicians possess, but also shed light on this fantastic music festival that features some great performers in their own right.