Our programs are focused on innovative learning that exposes young people to a variety of musical genres, both in and out of school. Students develop themselves academically, musically, and socially. They learn to play instruments, sing, and perform. And best of all, they become confident, inspired, and engaged.
Students participate in ongoing small group lessons from qualified music instructors in ukulele, guitar, percussion, voice, rhythm & movement, and harmonica in a fun, judgment-free environment. Instruments are provided, and students can take them home and practice. Makin’ Music After School is a meaningful music education experience for young people to experiment, interpret, and explore. This program also supports the many devoted music educators and musicians that teach our kids the joy of music.
Special Need for Arts Program, or SNAP, gives students a weekly program organized around the concept of the World Atlas that integrates music, art, dance, rhythm, and movement for an enriching experience that helps these students grow as adults, gain trust in their teachers and fellow students, and engage and collaborate with others.
Accomplished musicians have a unique opportunity to inspire kids. Infinite Music enlists the support of professional musicians to present workshops on technique and the role music has played in their lives. The result: enlightening performances, inspiring talks, and the chance to make a positive impact in the lives of kids.
Infinite Music invests in music projects where they are needed most: a college scholarship to a deserving music student; helping an under-funded school band with instruments; helping youth with special needs receive music lessons; and much more. Infinite Music is committed to supporting a diverse range of musical genres, styles, and techniques that help young people thrive musically, personally and socially.