The coffeehouse is held once a month on the third Sunday upstairs in the Parlor of the theater.

Admission is always free with donations welcome. There are always homemade desserts available along with coffee and tea.

Sponsored by Music on the Delaware.


All Performances Begin at 6:00 pm on Sundays

Eight is Enough

September 16

Oneonta a capella singers perform madrigals, early sacred music, folk songs, show tunes, and jazz.

Hop City Trio

October 21

Randy Miratello leads Hop City Trio (subset of Hop City Hellcats) in stories of heartbreak, love, and murder: raw energy that makes people move in their seats.

Claire Boucher and Brad Hurley

November 18

Claire Boucher, who grew up in southwestern Brittany, the Celtic region of France, sings traditional songs in French and Breton, accompanied on flute and guitar by Brad Hurley.

John O’Connor

January 20

John returns to the Coffeehouse with his songs, stories and poems about his life and travels, his involvement in the labor and peace movements, all with skill and humor.

Whispering Tree

February 17

Singer/songwriter Eleanor Kleiner and multi-instrumentalist Elie Brangbour captivate audiences with their haunting songs that combine folk, rock, gypsy jazz, and bluegrass.


March 17

Greatly influenced by their Irish roots, Thompson brothers Dennis (guitar and vocals) and Jim (percussion) present their own take on Irish, folk, and American roots music.


April 14

The O’Shanigans play a mix of Celtic, American, and world fiddle tunes: reels, jigs, and waltzes from as near as New England and as far away as Scotland and Finland.

Kathy Shimberg and Erik House

May 19

Longtime musicians Kathy Shimberg and Erik House perform joyful old-time traditional U.S. & Canadian dance tunes, perhaps some old songs. Fiddle, banjo, piano; other instruments