6/12/16: Today’s Top Tips: Sunday


MUSIC: The Chandler Travis Philharmonic @ Musica, Hudson. The full nine-piece, pajama-clad ensemble returns with another of their outrageous, three-ring concerts in celebration of their latest album, Bocce & Bourbon, a wild & woolly collaboration with Greenwich’s own David Greenberger. 3pm. FREE.

MUSIC/FUNDRAISER: John Medeski & Friends @ the Bearsville Theater, Woodstock. A benefit concert for Khusi Hona Woodstock, which organizes service learning trips with local high school and college students to India and Nepal. Featuring Amy Helm, Marco Benevento, Simi Stone, Elizabeth Mitchell, Dan Littleton, Jerry Marotta, Mike Rivard, Buried Treasure and more.

FESTIVAL/MUSIC: A Taste of Country Music Festival @ Hunter Mountain, Hunter. The final day of the fest features Jake Owen, Gary Allan, Chris Janson, Meal McCoy, Outshyne, Adley Stump and Jake Worthington. Music starts at 1:30pm. GO HERE for more info and the complete festival schedule…

ART FAIR/MUSIC: Beekman Street Fair @ Beekman Street, Saratoga Springs. The fourth annual family-friendly fair features more than 50 visual artists and all day entertainment, including Running the River, Nature of the Name, North & South Dakotas and the Grafton Celtic Trio. 10am-5pm. FREE.

CIRCUS: “YOL” @ the Gasholder Building, Troy. YOL, which means “road” or “way” in Turkish, tells the story of one girl on a mystical journey, exploring a path formed by her own curiosity and imagination. A story told through a mix between a new form of circus and theatre, YOL explores what our beliefs say about us and the possibility of returning to a childlike wonder about the world around us. 4pm. $20; $15 students & seniors; $10 children under age 12.

MUSIC: Joan Osborne Acoustic Duo @ the Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton. The great blues/soul singer is accompanied by Keith Cotton. 7pm. $40.

FESTIVAL/MUSIC: Disc Jam Music Festival @ Gardner’s Farm, Stephentown. The final day of the fest features Gubbulidis, Soule Monde, Aqueous, Eastbound Jesus, Aldous Collins Band, Formula 5, Summit, West End Blend, Kuff Knotz, Little War Twins and more. 10am. GO HERE for more info…

THEATER: “Dream Child: The Trial of Alice in Wonderland” @ Bridge Street Theatre, Catskill. It’s the NY premiere of the new play written and performed by Roxanne Fay, commissioned by Florida’s Salvador Dali Museum, where it premiere last month. 2pm. $20; $10 age 21 and under. Through Sunday, June 19.

MUSIC: Hot Club of Saratoga @ O’Brien’s Public House, Troy. Swingtime Jazz Society presents the 4pm Gypsy jazz concert followed by a 6pm jam session. $15; $5 students.

MUSIC: Soul Sky @ Stony Creek Inn, Stony Creek. Not just another cool blues-laced gig, it’s also a birthday bash for guitarslinger Mark Emanatian. Happy B’Day, Mark! 6pm.

TALK: Art of the Flamenco @ Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. One of Spain’s greatest flamenco dancers, Belén Maya, presents a lecture and demonstration of the art of flamenco with guitarist José Luis Rodríguez and singer Alfonso Cid. 3pm. $25; $5 students.

TELEVISION/EVENT: Tony Awards Screening Party @ Proctors’ GE Theatre, Schenectady. Will Hamilton make a historic sweep? Find out tonight at Proctors. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres through 9pm; cash bar; and, of course, there will be plenty of prizes and giveaways. 7pm party; 8pm awards show. FREE.

BURLESQUE: Bing Bamboo Room Burlesque @ the Low Beat, Albany. In honor of World Magic Day, BBRB presents “Abraca-Burlesque” hosted by Evil Dan. 8pm. $15.

MUSIC: Hippo Campus @ The Hollow Bar & Kitchen, Albany. In celebration of their new EP, South. 9pm. $12.

MUSIC: Jeffrey Foucault @ Club Helsinki, Hudson. The Wisconsin native is a singer-songwriter very much in the rootsy vein of Greg Brown. He now calls New England home and is married to fellow singer-songwriter Kris Delmhorst. With Rusty Belle featuring the brother-sister duo of Matt & Kate Lorenz. 8pm.

THEATER: “The Dog in the Manger” @ Steamer No. 10 Theatre, Albany. The NorthEast Theatre Ensemble presents the fast-paced comedy directed by Kendle Butterworth. 3pm. $20; $10 students & seniors. Through Sunday, June 19.

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