11/9/10: Today’s Tips: Tuesday

DANCE ON FILM: “The Flames of Paris” @ Proctors, Schenectady. The Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow perform the 1932 dance about the French Revolution. Choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky. 2 & 7pm. $15.

MUSIC: Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby @ Valentine’s Music Hall, Albany. He’s the most iconoclastic member of the early Stiff Records days, who recorded his classic “Whole Wide World” in 1977. She’s the former member of the Shams who launched her solo career with the acclaimed 1996 album, “Diary of a Mod Housewife.” Together, they’ve recorded a pair of fine albums, including the new, all-covers “Two-Way Family Favourites,” which finds the duo re-inventing nuggets from the songbags of Tom Petty, Pete Townshend, the Byrds and ABBA. 8pm. $10.

MUSIC: Yellowbirddd @ the Moon & River Cafe, Schenectady. The Brooklyn indie folkster also known as singer/songwriter Liam McCormack takes over the cafe. With Ben McGrath. 8pm. FREE.

MUSIC: The Chronicles Band @ Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy. Trombonist Bryan Brundige, keyboardist David Gordon, saxman Jeff Nania, bassist Elijah Hudson, trumpeter Phil Chow and drummer Mike Young fuse together jazz, funk and gospel music. 12noon. FREE.

FILM: “Mademoiselle Chambon” @ Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. Director Stéphane Brizé adapted the story from the Eric Holder novel about a possible love triangle. 6:30pm. FREE.

MUSIC: Avery Tunningley @ Proctors, Schenectady. An hour-long concert featuring Mr. Tunningley and “Goldie,” Proctors’ mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ. Special guests include Bubbles LaRue and students from St. Madeline Sophie and St. John the Evangelist elementary schools. Also included will be a silent film featuring Laurel and Hardy. 12noon. FREE.

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