The Oshima Brothers. Photo by Robyn Nicole Film and Photo

Oshima Brothers
7 p.m. Friday. Opera House at Boothbay Harbor, 86 Townsend Ave., $20.
Oshima Brothers is the sibling duo of Sean and Jamie Oshima who have been playing music together since childhood. They’re all about harmony-rich contemporary folk and have released a number of albums, EPs and singles over the past five years. Their latest is a five-track EP called “Dark, ep. 1.” home to songs like “Burning Earth,” “Mountain” and “Cadence.” Grab tickets soon for the limited-capacity show at Boothbay Harbor’s historic opera house.

Portland Symphony Orchestra oboe player Amanda Hardy. Image by South Shaker Photo

Portland Symphony Orchestra: ‘Dancing with J.S. Bach’
Virtually  April 21 through May 21. Pay what you can, starting at $10.
Portland Symphony Orchestra invites you to enjoy a digital concert featuring a collection of innovative works including Elena Kats-Chernin’s hypnotic “Clocks,” Erich Korngold’s music for “Much Ado About Nothing” and Eric Nathan’s¬† baroque “Dancing with J.S. Bach II.” PSO Music Director Eckard Preu will conduct principal oboe player Amanda Hardy, who has been with the orchestra since 2013.

Tune-Yards perform in concert at FIB Festival on July 19, 2018 in Benicassim, Spain. Christian Bertrand/

Tune-Yards: Party in a Can Livestream
9 p.m. Wednesday, April 28. Livestream presented by State Theatre, $15.
Tune-Yards is the musical endeavor of Merrill Garbus and her bass playing collaborator Nate Brenner. They’re celebrating the release of the album “Sketchy” (their sixth) with a live show from their home studio in California. The music of Tune-Yards is a kaleidoscopic trip of wild, arty pop and fantastical electronica romps, and they’ll be playing both old and new songs during the show. Stick around when it ends for a post-performance Q&A with the band.

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