2012 Schedule

Click here to download our 2012 Brochure (PDF), which includes
the 2012 schedule at a glance.

Tickets are available online or at the door.

Art Attitudes 

Thursday, June 14 at 6-8pm
Friday, June 15 at 6-8pm
Saturday, June 16 at  11am-2pm 
 The Malta League of Arts returns with another weekend of fine art from local and regional artists. Thursday evening’s reception will feature live music and food. 
 Thursday evening reception $20 - cash or check at the door only 
Friday and Saturday show free

Round Lake's Got Talent

Saturday, June 30 at 7pm 
Come one, come all, to see the area's talented residents perform! Residents of all ages will be putting on a show you won’t want to miss.

Round Lake Residents: want to take part in the show? Sign up here!
 $5 

Electric City Chorus 

Saturday, July 14 at 7pm 
They’re back! Join us for an evening with the Capital Region's finest men's barbershop chorus. This 42-member a cappella group brings exceptional vocals and captivating showmanship to the Auditorium stage.   Click here to learn more about the Electric City Chorus.
$10 (students $5)
Electric City Chorus

Good Clean Fun

Saturday, July 28 at 7pm 
 Laugh your cares away as the Capital Region's best comedians come together for a night of clean comedy (rated PG).
$10 (students $5)
Good Clean Fun

Hymn Sing 

Tuesday, July 31 at 7:30pm 
 An annual Round Lake tradition! Come sing along to some familiar hymns, with our favorite organist, Bill Hubert, and vocalist Kimberley Debus.
 free

Double Feature: The Aristocats Kids and Honk Jr.

Friday, August 3 at  7pm
Saturday, August 4 at 1pm
Saturday, August 4 at 7pm
The Round Lake Summer Stars culminate their summer drama camp with a great double feature! First, the Carpe Diem Kids perform Disney's The Aristocats Kids, followed by the Summer Stars in Honk Jr., a fun retelling
of the ugly duckling story!

$5

School of Orchestral Studies 

Tuesday, August 7 at  8pm 
 This symphony concert from the New York State Summer School of the Arts features 115 of the finest public and private high school musicians in New York State, selected through auditions to study and rehearse with world-class musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra. This is a concert you don't want to miss!
 Free

Organ Concert: Agnes Armstrong 

Sunday, August 5 at  8pm
Monday, August 6 at  2pm 
One of the Capital Region’s premiere organists returns to the Auditorium for a delightful program of music. Agnes is world-renown as one of the leading women organists and experts on American and French organ music of the Nineteenth Century. 
 Sunday evening, $10 (seniors/students/groups $8)
 Monday afternoon, all seats $5
Agnes Armstrong

Children's Craft Day

Tuesday, August 7 9:30-11:30am
Spend the morning with master crafter Ann Watson! She will lead children in creating glass bead bracelets, with techniques and designs varying by age group. Each child will take home a completed bracelet. Sponsored by Stewarts Shops Holiday Match.
Free

Dessert and a Musical

Friday, August 10 at 7:30pm 
Join us for this delightful, classic movie musical, set in 1910’s Iowa, featuring some of the most well-known songs of American musical theater. For details about the film itself, please call us. We will share desserts and have a discussion afterwards. In association with the Round Lake Library and the American Movie Club..
 Free

Dueling Organs 

Sunday, August 12 at 8pm
Monday, August 13 at 2pm 
This concert is a perennial favorite!  Bill Hubert and Carl Hackert return to the Auditorium, blending the distinctive sounds of our antique Ferris tracker organ and the modern electric organ.
 Sunday evening, $10 (seniors/students/groups $8)
 Monday afternoon, all seats $5
Dueling Organs

Silent Movie: Modern Times

August 16 at 7:30pm 
Join us to see this award winning 1936 comedy by Charlie Chaplin…See it the way it's meant to be seen—on the big screen, with Bill Hubert playing a live organ accompaniment!   
$10

Film: The Red Violin

Tuesday, August 21 at 7:30pm
Learn about the instrument being played on August 23! Sweeping across four centuries, this film traces the owners of a mysterious, near-perfect violin. For mature audiences only. Sponsored by the Malta League of Arts, in association with the Round Lake Auditorium.
free

Melvin the Magnificent

Wednesday, August 22 at 7pm
Melvin the Magnificent comes to the Auditorium to wow and amaze children of all ages! This performance is sponsored by Stewarts Shops.
free

Elizabeth Pitcairn and the Legendary Red Violin

Thursday, August 23 at 7pm
Renowned violinist Elizabeth Pitcairn brings her Stradivarius (the “Red Violin”) for a solo concert and reception with the audience. Sponsored by the Malta League of Arts, in association with the Round Lake Auditorium.
$5 - cash or check at the door only

Organ Concert: Thomas Dressler 

Sunday, August 26 at  8pm
Monday, August 27 at  2pm 
Known for his exciting, passionate performances on both organ and harpsichord, Thomas Dressler combines warm musicality with historic technique. He has been performing for more than thirty years, frequently on historic instruments.
 Sunday evening, $10 (seniors/students/groups $8)
 Monday afternoon, all seats $5
Thomas Dressler