• Important Message

    from the Walton Theatre crew

    Please note that there are some restrictions in place at the Walton Theatre to ensure the safety of our staff and guests.

     

    As per CDC guidance and the recommendation from the Delaware County Public Health Department: please wear a mask upon entering the Theatre. It can be removed when you are seated. Thank you for your cooperation regarding this matter.

     

    We accept cash and checks for box office and concession payments. Online ticket purchasing available above and in main menu.

    Questions? Call us at: (607) 865-NOTV (6688)

  • Upcoming Events at the Walton Theatre

    events sponsored by our partners and special guests

    Arts in the Parlor:
    WALTON SLEEPS
    by Candia Peterson ARPS
    October 9 - November 27

    This series of photographs was taken in the winter months of early 2021 before dawn. Lit only by street lighting, they convey the diversity of architecture, old and new, public and private, decayed and maintained.

     

    Saturday October 9 | 4pm - 6pm

    Opening reception with refreshments

     

    Saturday November 27 | 9am - 12noon

    Closing reception and Christmas sale

     

    October 9-November 27

    Viewing by appointment

    Contact by email

    607-434-4392

    Music on the Delaware:
    Coffeehouse at the Walton Theatre
    John Potocnik & Tom White
    Sunday, October 17th, 2021, 6:00pm-8:00pm

    Music on the Delaware is pleased to present instrumentalists John Potocnik and Tom White in a Coffeehouse-at-the-Theatre performance on Sunday, October 17, 2021, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. The concert, though live in the parlor of the Walton Theatre, will also be live-streamed on zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89798198300.

     

    John Potocnik and Tom White, from Otsego County and Schoharie County respectively, will be presenting a mostly original, instrumental concert on a variety of instruments highlighting fiddle tunes written about people, places and critters from where they live.

     

    John Potocnik has been playing for dances in the area for over 40 years. As a graduate of the Cooperstown Graduate Program in American Folk Culture, he stayed in the area to become the co-founder of the Catskill Puppet Theater. The company presented original stories to hundreds of young people across the country. Always fiddling, John recently began composing tunes inspired by nature, family, and friends. Accompanying him will be Tom White from Middleburgh, NY, on a variety of instruments. Tom is also a prolific composer of tunes. Sunday’s coffeehouse program will feature mostly original compositions along with some traditional tunes on a variety of instruments.

     

    Coffeehouse performances are free, with donations gratefully accepted. Coffee/tea and desserts are available. For zoom viewers, donations can be sent to Music on the Delaware, PO Box 408. Walton, NY 13856, or through Pay Pal, to musiconthedelaware@gmail.com.

    Music on the Delaware:
    Coffeehouses at the Walton Theatre
    2021-2022 Season

    In-person at the Walton Theatre

    & Livestreamed

     

    Sept. – Nov. 2021 & Feb. – May 2022

    Shows start at 6:00 p.m. Sundays

     

    September 19, 2021

    Lauren Jelencovich

    In a genre totally unlike her main stage concert on Saturday, vocalist/guitarist Lauren Jelencovich will entertain our coffeehouse audience with popular folk music.

     

    October 3, 2021

    John Kirk and Trish Miller

    (VIRTUAL PERFORMANCE)

    John and Trish present fiery fiddle tunes and folksongs on fiddle, mandolin, banjo and guitar, often enhanced by Trish’s clogging.

     

    October 17, 2021

    John Potocnik and Tom White

    John and Tom, from Otsego County and Schoharie County respectively, perform a mostly original, instrumental concert on a variety of instruments highlighting fiddle tunes written about people, places and critters from their local area.

     

    November 21, 2021

    John Colonna

    John plays solo piano arrangements of classic jazz standards as well as his own compositions.

     

    January 16, 2022

    Bea Summers and Barb Acker

    The B’s perform classic country, country rock, folk and original music with lovely harmonies.

     

    February 20, 2022

    Randy Miritello

    Randy sings his own works, a mix of country, folk or bluegrass, rockabilly, and blues, stories of love, murder, and wild times.

     

    March 20, 2022

    Patrick Reynolds and Friends

    Irish fiddler Pat Reynolds and colleagues celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with traditional Irish songs and dance tunes.

     

    April 10, 2022

    Don Gilkinson

    Vocalist Don Gilkinson performs country classics, often with unconventional jazz guitar accompaniment.

     

    May 15, 2022

    Paul Huh

    Paul Huh will entertain the audience with classical cello solos.

     

    Admission: Free

    Music on the Delaware:
    Walton Theatre Mainstage Concerts
    2021-2022 Season

    In-person at the historic Walton Theatre while simultaneously livestreaming the concerts for those at home.

     

    Sept. – Dec. 2021 & Feb. – Apr. 2022

    Shows start at 7:30 p.m. Saturdays

     

    Ticket purchasing available soon at

    https://www.musiconthedelaware.org/

     

    9/18/21

    Lauren Jelencovich

    An American Soprano crossover artist, performing classical, Broadway, and popular/rock music accompanied by a pianist. The performers will also be providing a local school workshop for students while they are in town.

     

    10/23/21

    Acoustic Eidolon

    This show has been canceled. Apologies for any convenience.

     

    11/13/21

    Mile Twelve

    A Boston-based, five-member band performing bluegrass, Americana, roots, acoustic, country, and folk music. The performers will also be providing a local school workshop for students while they are in town.

     

    December 2021

    Surprise!

    Stay tuned...

     

    2/12/22

    Elvis Presley and Elton John Tribute Band

    Mathew Boyce and his tribute band will perform half of the show as Elvis Presley and the other half as Elton John. The performers will also be providing a local school workshop for students while they are in town.

     

    3/2022

    The Realtime Dixieland Band

    An evening of Dixieland jazz music.

     

    4/30/22

    TAKE3

    Music trio performing their arrangements of top pop hits, Americana and classical favorites

     

    Admission:

    $16 Adult

    $14 Senior

    $33 Family

    $10 Livestream

     

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