Church Museum to Hold an Evening with Alex Boyé

  By Monica Lunardelli, Church News and Events

  • October 19, 2012
Date
October 19, 2012
Location
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Article Highlights

  • Tickets to the Evening at the Museum with Alex Boyé are free, but reservations are required.
  • Alex Boyé is a singer who has performed around the world as a solo artist and member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
  • The Evening at the Museum’s intent is to provide inspirational experiences through immersion in Church history, art, music, and culture.

“History is about preserving and sharing stories, and Mr. Boyé has a wonderful personal story to share.” — Peggy Rinehart, program coordinator

Alex Boyé, musician and member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, will participate in an Evening at the Museum program on October 19, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. at the Church History Museum. In the presentation, Brother Boyé will share songs and inspirational stories about his life.

The event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required. Tickets will be available starting September 27 by calling 801-240-9573 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Free parking for the event will be available at 119 W. North Temple Street.

“History is about preserving and sharing stories,” said program coordinator Peggy Rinehart. “Mr. Boyé has a wonderful personal story to share. We’re excited to hear it through word and music.”

Alex Boyé was born in England to Nigerian parents. After serving a two-year mission in Bristol, England, he began a singing career with success in a popular British vocal group. Later, he moved to Utah to begin a solo career. In 2006 he joined the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. He has released several solo albums and performed roles in movies and theatrical productions.

Evening at the Museum is a series of programs throughout the year designed and sponsored by the Church History Museum to provide patrons with an inspirational experience through immersion in Church history, art, music, and culture.

For more information on the evening, visit the Church History Museum website.