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April 3. One of modern folk’s most beloved and instantly recognizable voices, Judy Collins started out as a musical interpreter; first, in the late 1950s, as a singer of traditional tunes, and then, from her 1964 album Judy Collins 3 & 4 onward, as a conduit for the songs of Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, and even Broadway writers. As fine-voiced as ever, the Seattle-born chanteuse makes an afternoon visit to the Center for the Performing Arts at Rhinebeck. Guitarist David Temple stars in an updated staging of “Robin Hood” April 22 and 23.) 3pm. $125. Rhinebeck. (845) 876-3080; www.centerforperformingarts.org.

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