Time: May 16, 2015 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: Kunsthalle-Beacon (KuBe)
Street: 192 Verplanck Avenue
City/Town: Beacon, NY
Website or Map: http://www.HatmakersAttic.org
Phone: (845) 838-3006
Event Type: concert
Organized By: Hatmaker's Attic Productions, Inc.
Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2015
Vincent DiGeronimo, Bronx-based actor, singer, songwriter, and native of the Hudson Valley, will return to Beacon on May 16th for an exclusive concert presented by local nonprofit community theater organization Hatmaker’s Attic Productions, Inc. The event celebrates the release of DiGeronimo’s new album, think. strings. machines. and will be held at Kunsthalle-Beacon (KuBe), located at 192 Verplanck Avenue, Beacon NY. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door or in advance by visiting www.HatmakersAttic.org or calling 1-800-838-3006.
DiGeronimo’s unique, adventurous musical voice is a blend of folk, rock, and theatricality, infused with the ups and downs of life in the Bronx as a Hudson Valley transplant. In 2009, DiGeronimo independently released his first album, Not Again. He has performed his original one-man cabaret, Night of 1,000 Depressing-Ass Ballads, throughout Manhattan. think. strings. machines. is his second album, which will be unveiled at this event.
Hatmaker’s Attic Productions, Inc. is a Hudson Valley-based nonprofit community theater organization. Founded in 2012 by local brothers Edward and William Gibbons-Brown, Hatmaker’s Attic is dedicated to building a positive and safe creative environment where anyone can find a home in art. Notable productions include A Few Good Men, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Echoes of Ireland (by local playwright Brian C. Petti), and the world premieres of Lucy Illuminated and Ebenezer. Hatmaker’s Attic continues to work in partnership with Safe Harbors of the Hudson, a community outreach nonprofit which owns and operates the historic Ritz Theater in Newburgh, to revitalize the city of Newburgh through art and community.
Ethan Cohen Fine Arts / Kunsthalle-Beacon (KuBe) repurposes the under-utilized site of the former Beacon High School as artist studios, galleries, and more. The space promotes international exchange of culture and art, and unites local and global artists in a community forum. KuBe also supports emerging artists through work spaces, residencies, and exhibitions for the Beacon and New York arts community. The location encompasses experimental art spaces, 48 artist’s studios, and commercial office spaces. Ethan Cohen / KuBe acts as an important incubator for the next generation of promising local and international artists.