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Come celebrate Dominican Heritage Month with us

February 28, 2018!

Indulge in Dominican festivities, music and food.

 

Celebration will be hosted at

 La Boom

56-15 Northern Blvd Woodside, NY 11377

 

Please contact us for more information at 718-457-5395

 

 

 

SAVE THE DATE

The Dominico-American Society of Queens will be celebrating its 25th anniversary at Russo’s on the Bay.

Join us on this special occasion!

!!!Early Bird Special Tickets Are Now On Sale – Save 20%!!!

Please visit the “Eventbrite Page” link located on the top.

 

BECOME A SPONSOR

Our Sponsorship Package is Now Available!

Completed Packages Can Be Emailed to Us at info@dominicoamerican.org

 

Keynote Speaker

President of the Hispanic Federation

Mr. José Calderón

José Calderón is President of the Hispanic Federation (HF), the nation’s premier Latino non-profit membership organization. José manages HF’s overall operations with a primary focus on strategic planning, program development, public policy advocacy and resource development. He is a leading advocate for Hispanic grassroots organizations and pro-Latino legislation locally and nationwide.

 

LOCATION

Russo’s On the Bay

162-45 Cross Bay Blvd, Howard Beach, NY 11414
 

 

The Dominico-American Society of Queens will be hosting the annual Toy Drive for children of low-come families. Help us bring joy to these children this holiday season by donating any unwrapped toy to our location. Any monetary donation is also appreciated.

If you would like more information or would like to get involved, please contact us at info@dominicoamerican.org or at 718-457-5395.

 

 

The Dominico-American Society of Queens will host the 2017 Annual Turkey Drive in an effort to bring low-income families together at the dining table. Many cannot afford the traditional Thanksgiving dinner and share this time with their friends and family.

If you would like to donate food items or frozen turkeys to the drive or make a monetary donation, please call us at 718-457-5395 or contact us via email at info@dominicoamerican.org

 

 

MANY THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Dominico American Society of Queens (DASQ) Benefit Concert will raise funds to further its response to the educational, social and cultural challenges that have hindered the development of the low-income immigrant community in New York City area.
Young musicians from New York City high and middle schools will perform solo compositions from the classical repertoire. All ticket proceeds will benefit the Dominico American Society of Queens’s effort to build contemporary website to serve its growing immigrant community.
Location:
Marc A. Scorca Hall
Opera America
330 7th Avenue 7th Floor
New York NY 10001
Time:
Wednesday, August 30 2017
7 PM – 9PM
PROGRAM:
Introductory Remarks, Frank Muradov
Welcome Speech,
Jose Tejada, Executive Director, The Dominico-American Society of Queens

Duet I, H.Pleyel

Julia S Lee – Clarinet-
Minuk Kim -Clarinet-
Marche militaire, F.Schubert
Erin Cho -Violin-
JooHyeok Lee -Cello-
Catherine Joh -piano-
Moon River, H.Mancini
Rachel Jeong Woo Kwon -Flute-
Andrew YoonJong So -cello-
Sharon Cha-piano-
Over the rainbow, Harold Arlen
Abraham Shinkwon Lee -T.Sax-
Intermission.
Butterfly Waltz, B.Crain
Yunsu Ha -Clarinet-
JooHyeok Lee -Cello-
Jessica Sion Kim -Piano-
El choclo, A.G.Villoldo
Andrew Yoon Jong So -cello-
Edward S Lee -cello-
Hungarian Dance No.5, J.Brahms
Andrew YoonJong So -cello-
Edward S Lee -cello-
The palms, J.Faure
Christi Wonmi Kim -Violin-
Edward S Lee -cello-Sharon Cha -piano-
Por una cabeza, C.Gardel
JaeHyeok Oh -Violin-
JooHyeok Lee -Cello-
Sharon Cha -Piano-
Program Committee: Sunyoung Oh and Frank Muradov
Special Thanks toMiEon Park (Music Director), Derek JayHyeok Oh (violin), JooHyeok Lee (Cello), Sharon Cha (Piano), Cheolhee Lee (photography) and Iynn Lee (design).
About DAS:
The Dominico American Society of Queens (DAS) Benefit Concert will raise funds to further its response to the educational, social and cultural challenges that have hindered the development of the low-income immigrant community in New York.
Organized by Dominico-American Society of Queens and Epiphany Academy.