Bernie Williams Quartet with Gil Parris is Coming to Dominican College!

Bernie Williams Performing at the Dominican College Oct 24th
Bernie Williams will be joined again by accomplished musician and good friend, Gil Parris in The Bernie Williams Quartet.  They will take the stage at the Hennessy Center at the Dominican College at 8pm on Friday, October 24th.  Get ready for a very special evening of all instrumental jazz and blues rhythms.  Tickets are $40.  Meet & Greet tickets are available for this show at $100 each.  The Meet & Greet tickets include VIP seating and post-concert autograph and photo opportunity with Bernie.

See all the details below:

What: Bernie Williams Quartet with Gil Parris

When: Friday, October 24, at 8pm

Where: Hennessy Center at Dominican College

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Special Message from Bernie to Derek and the Fans

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On September 28, 2014 Derek Jeter, the Yankees captain played his very last game as a Yankee at Fenway Park in Boston.  The Red Sox and their fans gave a nice tribute to Derek with a standing ovation.  There was yet another surprise.  Derek’s former teammate and five time World Champion, Bernie Williams showed up to give a surprise performance.  During the 7th inning stretch, Bernie took the field but this time with his guitar and played his version of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.”

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Hispanic Heritage Awards Video – Airing Tonight at 10pm EST!

Derek Jeter’s Last Game at Fenway Park Photos – 9/28/14

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Bernie surprised Derek Jeter and all the fans at Fenway Park in Boston on September 28, 2014 by playing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” on the guitar during the 7th inning stretch. Check out exclusive photos from that day below:

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The 2014 Hispanic Heritage Awards on PBS Monday!

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Watch the 27th Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards on PBS, Monday, September 29th at 10 pm EST!

“The Hispanic Heritage Foundation is proud to honor yet another inspiring group of Latino leaders, and having past Honoree Eddie Olmos and longtime supporter and great friend of our organization Judy Reyes host made the evening even more special,” said Jose Antonio Tijerino, president and CEO of HHF. “The Hispanic community has made significant contributions throughout history, and we are proud to recognize that impact.  I can’t think of a greater sampling of music, culture, and the Latin spirit than the line-up we assembled tonight thanks to our Presenting Sponsor Target and our amazing sponsors. We are also thrilled to partner with PBS so that America can share in our celebration during the September 29th broadcast on local PBS stations.”  Read more »