The Depot Lane Theater -The original site of a Borden Creamery.  The building now hosts the Fall Antique Show, the Holiday Craft Show and is also. The rehearsal hall for the Depot Lane Singers and for the Children’s Summer Theater & Music Camps

The Depot Lane Theater is available for party rentals.

Our original director, Frances Tripp, organized the Depot Lane Singers in September 1979. The chorus began with a group of 55 area residents. It has grown to include professional men and women of all ages and now numbers between 75 and 100 singers from Albany, Montgomery, Schenectady and Schoharie counties. No voice try-outs are required. The Singers believe that if you love to sing, you should be able to join with others who feel the same way. All music is provided, and beyond the rehearsals and concerts, the most important ingredient and greatest asset is group camaraderie and respect for good music.

Currently, The Depot Lane Singers are under the direction of Mitch Haverly.

Thanks to the SCHA who provide rehearsal space, the Singers are able to contribute to the on-going cultural projects of this organization. The Singers perform two concerts a year and have also been guests at the Tall Ships Centennial Celebration in Albany, the 4th Annual Celebration of National Volunteers Week at Proctor’s Theater in Schenectady and the inauguration ceremony for the Cobleskill-Richmondville Central School.

At the Christmas 1998 concert, “A Special Christmas", Frances B. Tripp, the founder and director of the Depot Lane Singers, was honored with separate citations of recognition from New York State Senator James L. Seward and Governor George E. Pataki for two decades of extraordinary musical inspiration to the community.

If you are interested in joining A Community of Voices, please contact Mitch Haverly at 518-872-2682.

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Schoharie Colonial Heritage Association
Depot Lane, P.O. Box 554  Schoharie, NY 12157
Phone:  (518)-295-7505


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