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Nightlife Highlights

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October 12. With this month’s unveiling of PURUSA, her fourth effort, singer-songwriter Kirsten DeHaan kicks off a national tour of art spaces that begins at VARGA Gallery. Now based in Bearsville, the German-American DeHaan lived and performed in New York for several years and recorded her new disc at Rhinebeck’s renowned Clubhouse studio for release on her own SirLady label. The event features art by VARGA owner Christina Varga and Bill Miller and food by New World Home Cooking’s head chef Ric Orlando. “This album is a different sound and direction for me artistically and I wanted my concerts to reflect that too,” says DeHaan. “What better place than a gallery, to pay homage to the art of music?” 6pm. $20. Woodstock. (845) 679-4005; Vargagallery.com.

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