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It’s A Fundraiser For THE HALL With Some Of The Best Food and Music In Schoharie County.

Ride”em home to West Fulton and THE HALL Nov 2

Ride”em home to West Fulton and THE HALL Nov 2

Reviving A Community Tradition From Decades Past In The Rural Historic Setting Of THE HALL At Panther Creek Arts In West Fulton, NY. The Hall Is An Artistic And Culinary Center At The Crossroads Of A Hamlet In Scenic Schoharie County In The Northern Catskills. The Turkey Supper Features Pasture Raised Turkeys From Sap Bush Hollow Farm, Artisanal Dishes Made of Very Local Produce From BARBERS FARM, Excellent Home Cooking, A Place To Meet Neighbors And New Friends.  And The Evening Includes Some Of The Best Music You’ll Hear, Anywhere.



6:00  Dinner served promptly, one seating

7:30 Music by Charlie Burnham

We will have a wine/beer license available; or a corking fee if you prefer your own bottle.

MENU     (It’s old-fashioned, hometown, downtown West Fulton charm).

Scrumptious Very Locally Raised Roast Turkey, BITE ME Red Potatoes, West Fulton Roasted Squash, Sawyer Hollow Coleslaw, Panther Creek Cranberry Orange Chutney, Sap Bush Hollow Homemade Apple and Pumpkin Pies.



Dinner: $40

Dinner, Children 12 And Under: $25

Music:  $25 

Dinner And Music:  $50

Purchase Tickets Here

We will have a wine/beer license available; or a corking fee if you prefer your own bottle.

Charles Burnham is a singular, versatile and virtuosic American violinist and composer. The Brooklyn based musician has become widely admired and much sought after for his unique approach to the violin. Primarily an improvising player, he has performed and recorded in a wide variety of musical styles, from blues and bluegrass, to jazz.

Burnham became known internationally after joining James Blood Ulmer’s Oddessey Band in 1983. Since then he has recorded and performed with such musical luminaries as Cassandra Wilson, Wynton Marsalis, Henry Threadgill, Henry Butler, Nora Jones, Living Colour, Queen Esther, John Zorn, Steve Swell, Rufus Wainwright, Krishna Das, Kenny Wollesen, Billie Joe Armstrong, Jason Kao Hwang, The Woes, Hem, Elysian Fields, Adam Rudolph, the Heavy Circles, Mario Pavone, Joan As Police Woman, Gabrielle roth, Robert Musso, Jai Uttal, Soul Syndicate, Rick Moranis, Doug Wamble, Robert Musso, Babby Paunetto, Sasha Dobson, Kato Hideki and Emily Coates..

He is currently writing and performing new and original material often scored for small ensembles, and in particular, duets. These latest pieces feature Burnham singing original lyrics in his husky and soulful voice. Blues and gospel music has been his inspiration for his latest works.


Earlier Event: August 17
Bassoons! 4 of them!