• Upcoming Events

    Concerts, arts in the parlor, and more!

  • Coffeehouse Concert

    Barn Paint Blue

    Sunday, April 16th, 2023


    Walton Theatre

    30 Gardiner St., Walton, NY


    Music on the Delaware is pleased to present the Oneonta area band Barn Paint Blue in a coffeehouse event at the Walton Theatre on Sunday, April 16, 2023 from 6:00 to 8:00
    p.m. The concert is free and will feature a mix of bluegrass, blues, old time, originals, and Americana music.

    Barn Paint Blue members have been performing together locally since 2020. Members include Cliff Schadt (mandolin and vocals), Jason Starr (guitar and vocals), Dave Rama (banjo and vocals), Danny Birnbaum (bass), and for this event, will include guest
    musician John Potocnik on fiddle. The band has been seen and heard at venues in
    Delaware and Otsego Counties such as the O at 112 (Otego), Cooperstown Lakefront Series, The Porch at Otsego Golf Club, Upstate Bar, Arkville Bowl, and the near-mythical Gregstock Festival. You can find Barn Paint Blue at facebook.com/barnpaintblue.

    Music on the Delaware Coffeehouse concerts take place on the third Sunday of the month in the Andrea Retz Paternoster room on the second floor of the Walton Theatre. The performance will also belive-streamed on zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84455407805. For more information, see www.musiconthedelaware.org.

    The final Music on the Delaware coffeehouse concert for Spring 2023 will feature the duo Bea Summers & Barb Acker (The B’s) on 5/21/23 (classic country, country rock, folk, and originals).

  • MANHATTAN SHORT film festival poster


    Thursday, September 28th, 2023

    2:00pm & 7:00pm

    Saturday, September 30th, 2023


    Walton Theatre

    30 Gardiner St., Walton, NY

    SAVE THE DATES -MANHATTAN SHORT returns to the #WaltonTheatre Thursday, September 28th at 2pm and 7pm and Saturday, September 30th, 2023 at 7pm.

    MANHATTAN SHORT finalists are part of the MANHATTAN SHORT Oscar Qualifying Run. This means all selected films will screen for a full week at a cinema in the county of Los Angeles. This run qualifies every film selected in MANHATTAN SHORT for the Oscars. In the last three years at least one film from the MANHATTAN SHORT’s Oscar Qualifying Screenings has gone on to be nominated for an Oscar.

    MANHATTAN SHORT is a celebration of short films and was established in 1998 on the streets of New York City. Today, it has transformed into a worldwide phenomenon. MANHATTAN SHORT screens 9 compelling shorts in 500+ cinemas simultaneously during the week of September 28 through October 8, 2023.

    MANHATTAN SHORT doesn’t have judges award the short films. Instead, they allow the audience (yes, YOU) to be the judge. The audience votes for their choice of Best Film and Best Actor. Then on the last day of the festival, the short films with the most votes are announced as the winners. MANHATTAN SHORT is for film lovers who want to experience unique and riveting stories from all around the world. Learn more and purchase past festival DVDS: manhattanshort.com.

  • Coffeehouse Concerts

    Select Sundays, September 2022-May 2023


    Walton Theatre

    30 Gardiner St., Walton, NY

    FREE performances held upstairs in the Andrea Retz Paternoster room.

    Music and refreshments complimentary with donations gratefully accepted.

    Sponsored by Music on the Delaware.

  • Mainstage Concerts

    Select Saturdays, September 2022-April 2023


    Walton Theatre

    30 Gardiner St., Walton, NY

    Held on the mainstage with floor and balcony seating.

    Intermission during each show with raffle prizes.

    Sponsored by Music on the Delaware.

  • Past Events

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