CAMDEN — Camden Opera House, 29 Elm St., welcomes Oshima Brothers back for a live performance 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19. Maine singer-songwriter Lulu Moss opens the much anticipated show.

Maine indie sensations Sean and Jamie Oshima are Whitefield natives and Camden high school grads who create original music that is at once retro and metro, spacious and intimate, lush and graceful. Now based in Portland, they have a new album of richly layered, genre-splicing original music to share, as well as well-loved favorites. Local fans are looking forward to Oshima Brothers’ close harmonies and heartfelt lyrics, woven into an immersive experience by layers of recorded-on-the-spot and looped music and percussion.

Maine Public Radio’s Sara Willis described Oshima Brothers’ songs as “beautiful, those brother harmonies can’t be beat. They are uplifting and, let’s face it, we need uplifting these days.”

The special evening begins with a short set by Lulu Moss, a multidimensional Maine musician who writes a fusion of jazzy, folksy and bluesy pop tunes.

Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day-of-show. Choose-your-own reserved seats are available online at camdenoperahouse.com or by calling 236-3154. Camden Opera House’s final concert of the year will be the annual Irish Christmas show by Lúnasa Saturday, Dec. 10.

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