6/10/18: Today’s Top Tips: Sunday

MUSIC: The Page Turners @ the Cock ‘n Bull, Galway. Winners of the Best Duo competition at the 2016 FreshGrass festival, Carolyn Kendrick and Jake Howard began as musical friends at Berklee College of Music, blending their love of bluegrass, whiskey-fueled old-time, country, swing and fearless songwriting into one all-purpose seasoning of good ol’ fashioned roots music. With Mile Twelve’s Nate Sabat. 7pm. $10.

FESTIVAL/MUSIC: Capital Pride Festival @ Washington Park, Albany. Featuring Estelle, Ada Vox, DJ Shawn Gillie, Grand Central Station, DJ Dave Barna. 12noon. FREE.

FESTIVAL/ART/MUSIC: Beekman Street Arts Fair @ Beekman Street, Saratoga Springs. Featuring the Hot Club of Saratoga, Curley Lamb NuSoulJaz Group, Steve Candlen, Angelina Valente, Rick Bolton. 10am. FREE.

FESTIVAL/MUSIC: Disc Jam Music Festival @ Gardner’s Farm, Stephentown. It’s the last day of the jam band fest, and today’s line-up features Floodwood, Tom Marshall’s Amfibian All-Stars, Let’s Be Leonard, Lord Electro, Yes Darling, Bella’s Bartok, Soule Monde, the Wiley Griffin Band and lots more on four stages. Today’s music starts at 10am. GO HERE for more info…

FESTIVAL/MUSIC: A Taste of Country Music Festival @ Hunter Mountain, Hunter. It’s the last day of the fest. Today’s line-up features Sam Hunt, LeAnn Rimes, Montgomery Gentry, Danielle Bradbery, the James Barker Band. Music starts at 1:30pm.

OPERA: Aleda or The Flight of the Suff Bird Women @ CLYNK, Glenville. Last chance! The Musicians of Ma’alwyck present Max Caplan’s one-act chamber opera about a unique women’s suffrage demonstration attempted by early female pilot Leda Richberg-Hornsby and the National American Woman Suffrage Association. 5pm. $25; students $10.

MUSIC: Melissa Etheridge @ Mahawie Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington. The Rock Show Tour. 7pm. $71, $101, $116 & $146.

MUSIC: Saratoga Originals @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. The Caffe wraps up its all-Local 518 weekend with another evening of homegrown music, beginning with sets from all three of the musicians – Rich Clements, Pat Decker and Alex Ciota – and concluding with a collaborative Nashville-style songwriters round. 7pm. $20.

MUSIC: Swingtime Jazz Society Concert @ DoubleTree by Hilton, Schenectady. Featuring the Giroux Brothers Quintet followed by an open jam session. 4pm. $15; students $5.

MUSIC: Kevin McKrell @ the Parting Glass, Saratoga Springs. Following the debut of his new old-school folk sing-along band Tin Can Alley on Friday, McKrell goes back to solo mode. 7pm. FREE.

MUSIC: Brian Patneaude Bop Quintet @ Van Slyck’s at Rivers Casino, Schenectady. The saxman is joined by Dylan Canterbury (trumpet), Wayne Hawkins (piano), Lou Smaldone (bass) and Graeme Francis (drums) as they explore vintage hard bop classics from the Blue Note catalog. 5pm. FREE.

MUSIC: Hearts Content Ensemble @ Bridge Street Theatre, Catskill. Six members of the Catskill Chamber Orchestra – Caitlin Ippolit (flute), Jonathan Byron-Woodin (cello), Lory Frankel (oboe), Thomas Konow (violin), Ed Coughtry (clarinet/flute) and David Woodin (violin/viola) – return with an intimate and wide-ranging program of chamber classics. 2pm. $15.

MUSIC: Jeanne O’Connor & the New Standard @ Gaffney’s, Saratoga Springs. Re-interpreting great songs from the ’60s and ’70s with lush vocal harmonies and great grooves. 6pm. FREE.

MUSIC: Blues for the Karner Blues @ Wilton Wildlife Preserve, Gansevoort. Featuring The Resonators. 2pm. FREE.

THEATER: Pool (No Water) @ Albany Center Gallery, Albany. Last chance! Aaron Holbritter directs Creative License’s production of Mark Ravenhill’s play about art, the fragility of friendship and the jealousy of success. 7:30pm. $15.

THEATER: Typhoid Mary @ Barrington Stage Company’ St. Germain Stage, Pittsfield. Matthew Penn directs Mark St. Germain’s searing drama about Mary Mallon (aka Typhoid Mary) and the controversy surrounding her steadfast conviction in her beliefs. The play not only examines the woman behind the myths, but also explores the battle between science and religion. 3pm. Through Saturday, June 16. GO HERE to read review…

THEATER: The Chairs @ PS21, Chatham. The Actors’ Ensemble presents a staged reading of the Ionesco classic absurdist tragic farce featuring veteran actors Fern Sloan and Ted Pugh as two old people alone in a house on an island. 2pm. $25; students $10.

GO HERE for info regarding art gallery and museum exhibits…

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