Brian’s picks: The Republic’s Brian Blair shares views on entertainment options

* Music Director Isaac Selya and the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic focuses its emphasis for the second time this season on mental health with a concert titled “Uncertainty” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Judson Erne Auditorium, 1400 25th St. The orchestra’s online summary provides a solid overview: “The evening features pre-performance chats about mental health resources and analysis of the mental health challenges that famous composers faced. This program focuses on musical depictions of uncertainty, and an angry symphony that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote as he grappled with challenges in his life.” Information and tickets:

* The Hutchfest 2024 fundraiser promises to be a fairly remarkable smorgasbord of sound, if you will, at 5:30 p.m. on Friday at The Commons at 300 Washington St. and at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at The Crump Theatre, 425 Third St. in downtown Columbus. The event that will benefit the Landmark Columbus Foundation, The Crump and the Miller House features a lineup of everything from folk to rock to electronic dance music and more — all for a $10 admission. You might not wish to wait on buying a ticket, since last year’s inaugural event attracted 600 people. Information and tickets:

* Looking ahead: The Jazz at Helen’s series will continue with jazz drummer Kenny Phelps at 7:30 p.m. April 27 at Helen Haddad Hall, 315 Franklin St., in downtown Columbus. He’s among the more in-demand percussionists around — and he performed as Rob Dixon’s drummer in October in the local series. Information: