One of the characters is probably some weird one , like for example the minus character is not the negative sign but some unicode character like 0x2212 (math minus) − or 0x2500 (box drawing light horizontal) ─ or 0x0336 (combing long stroke overlay) ̶ or a few others that look very similar.
You can probably rename it using the long path notation ..
Open a command prompt and type there a command that looks like this :
RMDIR /S /Q "\\?\c:\temp\folder"
RMDIR is the command to delete a folder
/S tells it to delete any folders inside the folder that you want to delete
/Q tells it to stop asking if you're sure you want to delete the folder called Folder
"\\?\" is a special character combination that tells Windows that the path may have weird unicode characters.
C:\temp\ is the path to the folder you want to replace, of course you change this with your actual path, like D:\Music\ or whatever
When it comes to typing "folder" or in your case " Regina Spektor - Remember Us To Life (CD 2016)" , don't type it manually, use the rename option in windows explorer to copy in clipboard the file name, then go in the command prompt and paste the folder name
Don't forget the last " at the end, after you paste the album name