The award-winning string trio Infinitus performs at Centre Stage at City Hall in Surrey Dec. 4.

Classical music – with a side of hip hop

Acclaimed beatboxing string trio Infinitus performs in Surrey Dec. 4.

Ever wonder what Mozart’s music would sound like with some vocal percussion thrown in?

Infinitus – violist Anthony Cheung and cellist Alex Cheung who are twin brothers, and violinist John “Adidam” Littlejohn – is an acclaimed beatboxing string trio known for its refreshingly individual sound and upbeat performance style.

As part of its first season, Centre Stage at City Hall presents this Vancouver-based musical trio on Dec. 4 at 8 p.m.

The concert will feature classical standards plus original jazz/hip-hop arrangements and compositions. Get a taste of the Infinitus sound at www.infinitusmusic.com.

Tickets for the Surrey concert are $28, available by calling 604-501-5566 or at

https://tickets.surrey.ca

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