An Evening with Gospel Singer Christopher Hunter
A special performance featuring Christopher Hunter of the vocal ensemble “We Three Kings”
Friday, January 18th, 2019 @ 6 – 8 pm | Doors at 6:00 pm, Performance at 6:30 pm
$10 Admission |Tickets available at
Join us at the Bristol Art Museum (10 Wardwell Street, Bristol, RI) to mark the opening of Do Lord Remember Me: The Black Church in Rhode Island, an exhibition researched and designed by Robb Dimmick and produced by Ray Rickman of Stages of Freedom in Providence, RI.
The evening will begin at 6:30 pm with a selection of A Capella songs by local gospel singer, Ladysarah Harmon, followed by a performance from Christopher Hunter, member of the vocal ensemble “We Three Kings.” Christopher Hunter has been singing gospel music and spirituals for over 30 years. His voice work was developed in Seattle, Washington, while serving as Baritone-in-Residence with the Mt. Zion Baptist Church Male Chorus. There, he worked under the guidance of Mr. Lavert Woodard, a classically trained baritone/bass. As a classically trained pianist, Christopher has served as a church musician, Minister of Music, youth choir pianist, and a male chorus pianist and director. Christoper holds a B.S. Degree is in Physics from Morehouse College, an M.S. Degree in Transportation Engineering and a Ph.D. in Transportation Engineering, both from the University of Washington. He is currently an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at URI.
Seating is unassigned, so please arrive early if selection is important to you. You may reserve your seat in advance. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.
Following the performance, guests will enjoy a reception and self-guided viewing of the featured exhibition.
The Bristol Art Museum is a non-profit organization located at 10 Wardwell Street in downtown Bristol, RI. Founded in 1963, our mission is to encourage the creation, promotion and appreciation of the arts through exhibitions and educational programs. Community outreach and partnerships are central to our goal of engaging diverse audiences in the arts of our time and enriching the cultural life of our community and region through eclectic exhibitions and educational programs, so that we may continue to impact and serve future generations. The Museum is open to the public year-round, Thursdays – Sundays from 1-4 pm. For more information, visit