Many fans have yearned for the chance to see live music again and to commune with like-minded folks as their favorite artists provide some kind of catharsis. Unlike a pop or metal show, ambient musician Mary Lattimore offers a different kind of release. She is a harpist who uses effects and loops to turn her instrument into something more moody and ethereal than what we usually expect from its strings. Her most recent album was released in late 2020, and she’s also put out a 28-minute long track she made as a reaction to coping with the pandemic. Like the best ambient musicians, she provides a sense of tension in the way her music builds and cascades. There’s also a sense of hope, so newcomers may be surprised at the emotions she can provoke through the beauty of repetition. Nov. 27 at the Miracle Theatre. $25.