Salt Bay Chamberfest Artistic Director Wilhelmina Smith and cinematographer Joseph Zizzo have created four videos that pair solo music with midcoast Maine vistas and are available at no cost.

The series, titled “Harmony on Land and Sea: Finding Music in an Exalted Maine Landscape,” features music inspired by the Maine coast. The first video, set on Round Pond Harbor, is available now at saltbaychamberfest.org. SBC will release one video monthly through February. The videos feature Johann Sebastian Bach’s prelude from Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major; Esa-Pekka Salonen’s “Breathe”; Per Nørgård’s “Solo Intimo” and Dawn Avery’s “Gratitude.”

“Canceling this summer’s festival was imperative for the health of our entire community,” Smith said in a news release, “but we are proud that Salt Bay Chamberfest has continued to serve our community. We are pleased to share these videos widely, engaging audiences throughout the state and beyond.

“We hope the videos bring joy and solace in this challenging year. We also look forward to sharing live music with the community again soon,” Smith said.

Salt Bay Chamberfest is currently planning its festival for August 2021. The organization plans to re-envision live performances safely while capitalizing on Maine’s natural settings.