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Mamalama CD Release Party
April 7. Led by singer-harpist Elizabeth Clark-Jerez, Saugerties/Woodstock-area band Mamalama weaves together threads of Anglo-European folk and classical, Renaissance/medieval, psychedelic, modern Minimalist, and South American, West African, and Native American music, adorning this tapestry with dashes of mystical poetry. This night at the Bearsville Theater heralds the release of group’s sophomore album, The World of Color and Light, which shimmers with violin, cello, dulcimer, frame drums, hurdy-gurdy, and other organic instruments. Marc Sloan opens. (The Farewell Drifters roll in April 12; the Hope’s Fund benefit aids women in need April 27.) 8pm. $15. Bearsville. (845) 679-4406; Bearsvilletheater.com.

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