Fritz offers a depth of experience performing for corporations and organizations over the last 20 years playing for Fortune 500 companies at various world class venues in New York and Florida, and for all types of organizations as well as some the world's most exclusive Private Clubs. His personality immediately puts any audience in any situation at ease and the atmosphere created by his performances is a real plus for any client looking to make their event pleasing and memorable. (Please go to Songlist Tab for some of the songs Fritz plays during his shows and to the Theme Concerts And Specialty Shows Link to customize any particular needs).
Who Has He Worked For?
United States Army I Love New York Division of Tourism IBM Corporation Bristol Myers/Squibb United States Air Force United Cerebral Palsy Foundation Delaware Otsego Corporation Encore Paper Company United States State Department United Technologies Wholesalers Assoc. Of The North East Bob Caldwell Chrysler/Jeep State University Of New York CSEA Employee Benefit Fund Coldwell Banker New York State Dept. Of Taxation Pfizer Pharmaceuticals New York Life Insurance Company Costo Corporation Ballet Florida The Norman Rockwell Museum New York State Magistrates Assoc. Alumni Assoc. Of Susquehanna University Northwood University Hartwick University New York State Telephone Assoc. New York State Food Processors Aegis Insurance Services Sandy Hook Pilots' Benevolent Association New York State Parks and Recreation Very Special Arts Florida Brewery Ommegang Chamber Of Commerce Of The Palm Beaches Florida Dept. of Natural Resources General Electric Corp. Winter Olympics Lake Placid, NY
What Do They Say?
The Delaware Otsego Corporation: Performed many times over the last eight years during Hall Of Fame weekend fund-raisers for various persons and organizations:
New York State Senator James Seward: "I wanted to write to tell you how impressed my wife and I were with your musical ability and versatility. Also your stage presence put our guests right at ease. Your original music seemed to be the biggest hits."
- New York State Governor George Pataki (three times)
- New York State Senator James Seward (eight times)
- New York State Assemblyman Michael Bragman
- The American Red Cross
- Hall Of Fame Game Day Picnic
- Reception for Maltida Cuomo (wife of former NY governor Mario Cuomo)
- The Delaware Otsego Corporation's Employees Party
CSEA EMPLOYEE BENEFIT FUND: ( 250 Thousand member organization)
"As I told you, this year was the first time we had musical entertainment at our Seminar (at the Sagamore, Bolton Landing, NY) and you were a great success. The selections you chose for our group were perfect and I was surprised to see so many of our guests participate 'at the microphone'. Your friendliness and relaxed personality made for a very comfortable and enjoyable evening. I received numerous compliments and praise on my choice of entertainment that night. It was a pleasure meeting you and I look forward to working with you again in the future."
Very truly yours,
Executive Assistant (event organizer)
UNITED NEW YORK SANDY HOOK PILOTS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION:
201 Edgewater Street, Staten Island, NY 10305
The Pilots' Association is the oldest continuous running business in America established in 1694, bringing most ships into New York City harbor.
"Fritz has performed for many harbor inspection cruises for various political parties from New York as well as New Jersey. We have had the distinct pleasure of having Fritz Henry perform at many of our social activities over the past several years. He also performed aboard the Pilot Boat NEW YORK during our 4th of July Festivities, as the Pilot Boat led the Parade Of Tall Ships up the Hudson River (with over three million observers ). He has always exhibited total professionalism... it has certainly been our pleasure to be associated with such a wonderful entertainer and we look forward to his future work with us. Fritz has composed and recorded a song on his 'Faces And Places' CD titled 'The Sandy Hook Pilots'."
Very truly yours,
Captain W.W. Sherwood
©Fritz Henry 2014
Photos ©Frank Forte