• Quodlibet Ensemble with Countertenor Reginald Mobley, a 60-minute digital performance available through Election Day on the Bay Chamber Concerts and Music School Facebook page. With virtuoso string players and Mobley performing Frederic Rzewski’s score based on words written by Samuel Melville while he was doing time in Attica Prison.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28:

  • “Poems, Prayers, and Delights” Virtual POPs – Fall 2020, 7 p.m. The Penobscot Bay Singers offer the opening show of their 48th season of singing choral music along the midcoast on Belfast Community Television Channel 2 and 1301. You can also catch “Poems, Prayers, and Delights” at vimeo.com/469900534.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30:

  • In Camden Opera House’s SoundCheck Series: The Rogues, at 7:30 p.m. in a socially distanced, 45-seats-only show. At press time, the show was sold out, but you can stream it live on the opera house’s Facebook page (and shortly after that on its YouTube channel). The five-piece band play bluegrass, old country and blues. Members are Rosey Gerry, Lise Becu, Cami Jewett, Jim Ostergard and Stevie Davis. Masks required. SoundCheck tickets are going fast for the remainder of 2020: November 6, The Gawler Sisters; November 13, the Mark Tipton Trio (a Jazz in June-inspired offering); November 20, Joe E. Walsh and Celia Windsmith; and December 11, Castlebay’s Julia Lane and Fred Gosbee in “Tis Winter Now — Christmas in New England.” Tickets are $10 and sold only at CamdenOperaHouse.org.