3/31/19: Today’s Top Tips: Sunday

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MUSIC: Amy Rigby @ Colony, Woodstock. The sublime Catskill singer-songwriter hit the top of our Best of the Year album round-up with The Old Guys, her first solo disc in a dozen years. With Bill Brovold, Peter Aaron & Mark Ormerod.

FESTIVAL/MUSIC/FUNDRAISER: Bands ‘n Beans @ Fort William Henry Conference Center, Lake George. Lake George Arts Project’s annual hot chili competition with equally hot bands playing all day long. More than 20 area restaurants will participate in this hotly contested event, along with continuous music on two stages by the Radio Junkies, PJ Ferguson 2, Rich Ortiz, The Switch, Steve & Kenny, Stony Creek Band, Tim Wechgelaer & Chris Carey Band and Ten Most Wanted. 2-7pm. $25.

MUSIC: Coco Montoya @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. It’s a double-barrel blast of hot-wired blues. With Tinsley Ellis. 3 & 7pm. $47.

MUSIC: Teresa Broadwell Trio @ the Daily Grind, Troy. The jazz violinist/vocalist leads her threesome in in swinging brunch session. 12noon.

MUSIC: Marc Broussard @ The Egg’s Swyer Theatre, Albany. The singer-songwriter performs his distinctive mix of soul, blues, R&B, rock, and pop, and Southern roots music in support of his new recording Easy to Love. 7pm. $34.50.

THEATER: A View From the Bridge @ the Ghent Playhouse, Ghent. The Arthur Miller classic drama directed by Aaron Holbritter. This landmark drama has timely themes concerning family, immigration and the American Dream. 8pm. $22; $10 students. Through Sunday, April 14. UPDATE: This show has been postponed to Sunday, April 5…

WORKSHOP/MUSIC: William Jackson @ the Calvary United Methodist Church, Latham. The Celtic harp player of international renown offers a workshop in “Accompanying Other Instruments” at 2pm; followed by a concert at 4:30pm. $40 for the workshop; $20 for the concert; $50 for both.

MUSIC: Sullivan Fortner @ The Falcon, Marlboro. The Oscar Peterson of 21st century piano jazz. 8pm. Donations encouraged.

DANCE: Cinderella @ The Egg’s Hart Theatre, Albany. New York Theatre Ballet‘s production of Cinderella is elaborately told through dance with colorful costumes reminiscent of the most spectacular book illustrations complete with wicked step-sisters, the fairy godmother, magic slippers, and a most charming prince. 3pm. $20 children; adults free when accompanied by a child. UPDATE: This performance is now officially sold out…

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