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An evening of musical magic the whole family will enjoy!


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Add to Calendar 20221203 190000 20221203 200000 America/Vancouver Infinitus An evening of musical magic the whole family will enjoy! Centre Stage at Surrey City Hall, 13450 – 104 Avenue, Surrey BC

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Centre Stage at Surrey City Hall, 13450 – 104 Avenue, Surrey BC

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“It’s amazing the musical concoctions these three award-winning musicians can cook up with just a violin, viola, cello, and some vocalizations.” – The Vancouver Sun 

Surrey SPARK Stages is proud to present Vancouver-based string trio Infinitus! Enjoy their unique mix of beatboxing, classical music, jazz, hip-hop—even a few carols to celebrate the season. Arrive early and get in the festive spirit with complimentary hot chocolate and cookies and a visit to Surrey's sparkling, 60ft Christmas tree in Surrey Civic Plaza!

Infinitus captivates kids with their upbeat and easygoing stage presence—your kids (or grandkids) won't even notice they're falling in love with classical music! It's a performance we're sure the grown ups will love too. 

Surrey Civic Theatres’ Surrey SPARK Stages shows, activities, and programs are the perfect way to introduce the kids in your life to the magical world of the performing arts.

 

 

About Infinitus 

Alex Cheung (cello) 

Alex Cheung is gaining a reputation as a compassionate, innovated and inspiring musician of his generation. Alex graduated from the University of Michigan with a double major in Cello Performance and Movement (Kinesiology). He is also a certified personal trainer under the American Council on Exercise. Alex has been awarded numerous accolades throughout his musical journey, competing at the national and international levels and is a recipient of the Martin Luther King Spirit Award, given “in recognition of individual whose leadership and service exemplify the spirit of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.” Principal cello teachers have included Wayne Smith, Anthony Elliott, and Eric Watson. Alex’s work has been broadcast by NPR, CBC Radio One and Two, and on television.  

Anthony Cheung (viola) 

Anthony Cheung is an avid performer, educator, composer/arranger, and adjudicator. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he completed a double major in Viola Performance and Movement Science (Kinesiology) and is a recipient of the Martin Luther King Jr. Spirit Award. Anthony has won awards at the national and international levels, including ASTA, Chicago Viola Society, and Corpus Christi International Competitions. He has performed throughout North America and Europe and has been broadcast on numerous radio and television stations including CBC, NPR, CTV, and OMNI. Previous teachers include Kurt Sassmanshaus, Yizhak Schotten, and Dave Harding.  

John “Adidam” Littlejohn (violin) 

A violinist, composer, hip-hop artist, and educator, John “Adidam” Littlejohn is a graduate of the Peabody Conservatory where he completed a Master of Music degree. He also holds a Graduate Performance Diploma in violin performance with Herbert Greenberg, after completing a Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Michigan. His former teachers include Anthony Elliott, Stephen Shipps, Andrew Jennings, Ann Schoelles, and Yizhak Schotten (viola). He has serviced as the concertmaster of the Newark Symphony, Baltimore Sinfonietta, and Darin Atwater’s Soulful Symphony and has been a member of numerous orchestras and ensembles including the Baltimore Opera Orchestra. As a soloist he has performed with orchestras and given recitals throughout North America and Europe. “Adidam”, which is an acronym for “All Day I Dream About Music,” has released three full-length albums, Volinistik, All Day I Dream About Music, and Caterpillar Chronicles. 

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