Infinitus has captivated hundreds of school audiences in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario and across the United States, including a recent series of concerts at NYC's Lincoln Center. With their polished, upbeat introduction to instrumental music, this dynamic trio engages every audience member with their beatboxing arrangements of well-known classics, popular music and original compositions. Drawing on their vast repertoire, the group tailors each performance to the age range of their audience while engaging students with their easygoing stage presence.
Infinitus was absolutely amazing! They were fully engaging while educating the students about the instruments they play. Will be highly recommending them to my colleagues. West Langley Elementary
Anthony, Alex and John engaged, instructed, inspired, moved and entertained every member of the audience. I would highly recommend Infinitus to any school. Sir Alexander Mackenzie Elementary, St. Albert, AB
The Musical Well available until June 2017
Grade Suitability: K - 12
Duration: 45 mins.
Capacity: 600 students
Fee Range: $854 - $954 (Includes ArtStarts' fee. Additional fees apply for remote districts.)
Infinitus' program for schools stresses listening skills - all performed on violin, viola and cello. With programs that feature polished classical works, original compositions, arrangements of popular tunes and even hip hop, school audiences can expect a fun and interactive experience.
Grade Suitability: Grades 4 - 12
Duration: 1 day
Capacity: 30 workshop participants
Fee Range: $1,584 - $1874 (Includes ArtStarts' fee. Additional fees apply for remote districts.)
Infinitus offers three different programs designed to enhance students' skills and abilities as young musicians. Each program has a unique focus of either performance, composition or collaboration. Among the workshop offerings is The Musical Well where through a series of three sessions, Infinitus guides young music students through the same process they use to create their signature compositions and arrangements. The workshop culminates in a showcase of student-created compositions. Includes a 30-45 minute performance to start and end the day.