Bass, SFC Kristopher C. Armstrong, has sung on national and international concert stages as a member of The U.S. Army Chorus and former member of The United States Air Force Singing Sergeants. As a member of these ensembles, he has had the opportunity to sing for Presidents Clinton, G.W. Bush, and Obama, and for the funerals of Presidents Reagan and Ford. A featured soloist on choir tours throughout the United States, Australia, Brazil, England, France, The Netherlands, and Romania, Armstrong is also a highly sought-after soloist for choral works and oratorios in the National Capital region. In addition to his military choral experience, he has performed and recorded with many other professional ensembles, including Promised Land Quartet, Brethren, The Glenn Draper Singers, The Junaluska Singers, Crosswind, The National Gallery Vocal Arts Ensemble, The Aspen Festival Orchestra, The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and The National Symphony Orchestra. Armstrong worked with teachers Dr. Robert Holquist, Dr. Noelle Woods, and Dr. Thomas Jenrette during his studies at Western Carolina University and East Tennessee State University, where he earned his Bachelor of Music Degree in Vocal Performance. Originally from Mt. Holly, North Carolina, Armstrong currently resides in Winchester, VA, with his wife, Chara, daughter Adaline, and sons Brogan and Calvin.