Skip to content Skip to navigation

TMI Calendar

Sunday, October 14th, 2018

Millerton: Moviehouse: LITTLE WHITE LIE. In Little White Lie filmmaker Lacey Schwartz tells the story of growing up in a typical upper-middle-class Jewish household in Woodstock, NY, with loving parents and a strong sense of her Jewish identity — despite the open questions from those around her about how a white girl could have such dark skin. She believes her family’s explanation that her looks were inherited from her dark-skinned Sicilian grandfather. But when her parents abruptly split, her gut starts to tell her something different. At age of 18, she finally confronts her mother and learns the truth: her biological father was not the man who raised her, but a black man named Rodney with whom her mother had had an affair. Afraid of losing her relationship with her parents, Lacey doesn’t openly acknowledge her newly discovered black identity with her white family. When her biological father dies shortly before Lacey’s 30th birthday, the family secret can stay hidden no longer. Following the funeral, Lacey begins a quest to reconcile the hidden pieces of her life and heal her relationship with the only father she ever knew. 1 pm. After the film: Q&A with filmmaker LACEY SCHWARTZ. Tickets: General $14 / Members $12. 518.789.0022

Saturday, October 27th, 2018

Hudson, NY: Hudson Hall: New York Polyphony presents Oltremontani, 16th Century Choral Music - Four male voices and music of the Renaissance in our Annual Newell Jenkins Baroque & Early Music Concert. a Selection of sacred and secular Renaissance chorale music from France, Holland, Spain, Italy, and England. Praised for a “rich, natural sound that’s larger and more complex than the sum of its parts,” (National Public Radio) New York Polyphony is one of the foremost vocal chamber ensembles active today. The four men, “singers of superb musicianship and vocal allure,” (The New Yorker) give vibrant, modern voice to repertoire ranging from Gregorian chant to cutting-edge compositions. Their dedication to innovative programming, as well as a focus on rare and rediscovered Renaissance and medieval works, has not only earned New York Polyphony two GRAMMY nominations and wide acclaim, but also helped to move early music into the classical mainstream. 7 pm. Tickets, $25. Children are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. (518) 822-1438