Violinist Andrew Finn Magill. Photo by Anna Colliton

CAMDEN — A new collaboration between mandolinist Ethan Setiawan and violinist Andrew Finn Magill will span bluegrass, jazz, Irish, Scottish and Brazilian music, as well where they intersect, 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 29, at the Camden Opera House, 29 Elm St. The hour-long SoundCheck show is sponsored by Camden Maine Stay Inn.

Magill has been headlining Irish festivals across the U.S. and touring internationally since 2016. He also has made a name for himself in jazz, American music and Brazilian music and been featured on TEDx, NPR, MTV, and Avianca in-flight entertainment. He is a 2019 North Carolina Arts Council Fellow, All-Ireland Fiddle finalist, and Ropeadope Recording artist.

Indiana native Setiawan has won the National Mandolin Championship, the RockyGrass Mandolin Championship, and a full-ride scholarship to Berklee College of Music. His path has wound its way through traditional bluegrass to Bach partitas to free jazz; and his debut album “Flux” features original tunes drawing from all these wells.

Tickets for Ethan & Finn are $10, and advance purchase is encouraged via camdenoperahouse.com and 236-3154. Doors will open at 7 p.m. SoundCheck also is livestreamed on the opera house’s Facebook page, no fee or link required.

The opera house’s choose-your-own ticketing software ensures every-other-row distancing, as well as a couple of seats either side of each party’s reservation. Masks are encouraged in the building.

Next up are a May 6 SoundCheck by jazz vocalist Andrea Carlson’s duo; DanceMaineia’s recitals May 14 and 15; Pokey LaFarge, with special guest Peter Gallway, May 20; and Jazz in June with the Brubeck Brothers and guitar duo Martin Taylor and Frank Vignola on June 17.