Infinity Welcomes Two New Instructors

Infinity Visual and Performing Arts welcomes two new instructors: Rudi Andalora and Vince Liuzzo.

Rudi Andalora, formerly of Park Avenue Dance Company, Rochester, under the direction of Christine Fendley and Marina Peters has been training in contemporary ballet since 2000.

He started at the Park Avenue Dance Studio in Rochester. Thereafter he began to train at the Toronto Danceteq Centre with instructor Darryl Tracey at the home of The Toronto Ballet. Other experiences include classes involving technique styles such as Martha Graham, Jose Limon and Laban Movement. Andalora is currently employed with the Jamestown Public Schools, is a certified Zumba instructor and teaches a variety of dance styles at Infinity.

Vince Liuzzo is an Infinity Art instructor from Jamestown. Vince has recently rejoined the arts community in Chautauqua County after five years in the Midwest, where he studied studio art and art administration. An artist since a very young age, Liuzzo specializes in oil paint and charcoal with a particular interest in large-scale figure and natural scenery, and presents classes that focus on color theory and application, gesture, life and figure drawing. Liuzzo is also a trained curator, and is a founding member of the WAKE UP! Productions team.

Infinity is an afterschool music and arts education program that offers various art, dance and theater classes throughout the year and music lessons in voice, guitar, piano, bass guitar, drums, hand drums, steel drums, saxophone, flute and violin.

Infinity’s next new student orientation and intake session is Monday, Feb. 25, at 6 p.m. at the Infinity Center, 115 E. Third St., Jamestown.

For more information about Infinity, visit infinityperforminga rts.org.