2/5/17: Today’s Top Tips: Puppy Bowl Sunday

February 5th, 2017, 7:00 am by Greg

MUSIC: David Amram Quintet & Friends @ The Falcon, Marlboro. Jazz, stories and more from the Renaissance man of American Music, who at age 86 still refers to himself as a “promising young composer.” 7pm. Donations encouraged.

MUSIC: The Fleshtones @ Quinn’s, Beacon. Garage-rock super-heroes bring the super-rock on Super Bowl Sunday in support of their aptly titled latest album, The Band Drinks for Free. 9pm. $15.

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TALK: The Aural Imagery of Rock and Roll @ Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany. A lecture by Professor Andrew Lee from the College of St. Rose. 2pm. FREE with museum admission.

THEATER: “Assisted Loving: Dating with My Dad” @ theREP, Albany. Gordon Greenberg directs the world premiere of New York Times writer Bob Morris’ poignant new comedy explores the world of contemporary digital dating later in life. 2pm. Through February 19.

MUSIC: School of Rock @ Lucky Strike Social, Guilderland. School of Rock’s students showcase their talents in Creedence Clearwater Revival and Warped Tour tribute shows. 12:30pm. $12.

MUSIC: Rose Hargrave @ Bethlehem Public Library, Delmar. The winter concert series “A Little Sunday Music” continues with the soprano performing a selection of French art songs, “Tour de France.” 2pm. FREE.

LECTURE/DEMONSTRATION: Masako Inkyo @ Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. In conjunction with the exhibition “Japanese Impressions: Color Woodblock Prints from the Rodbell Family Collection,” the Japanese calligrapher presents a free lecture and demonstration on the art of shodo. 2:30pm. $25.

FILM: “Kwaidan” @ Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. The free film series “Colors of Japan: Cinematic Impressions” continues with a screening of director Masaki Kobayashi’s 1965 adaptation of four ghost
stories collected by Lafcadio Hearn in the nineteenth century. 1:30pm. FREE.

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