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Jaime Infante

Jaime, in Grade 5, has a natural talent for music from the day he was born. At a young age he was very musical, everything related to music and rhythm inspired him.

  • Jaime Infante playing the violin with the Madrid orchestra

Jaime’s mother Almudena told us, “Following the advice of my Aunt, a prestigious and renowned musician, we decided to help him make the most of his gift and when Jaime was just three years old he began playing the violin.”

“Since he was 5 years old he attends different music courses during the summer, all over the world, like The London Suzuki Group International Summer Bryanston School. These courses allow him to meet other children with the same musical interests and attend classes with expert musicians.”

“Jaime, now 11, plays the violin, piano and drums and he is part of the Children’s Orchestra of the Community of Madrid, which has allowed him to play in the Auditorium of Madrid as concertmaster.

When someone asks me what I think my son will be when he grows up, I always answer that Jaime is a musician since he was born and I think that his life will be always be focused on music.”

Jaime told us, "Music is not just a profession but a way of living, an essence that is born and that stays with you forever”

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Click here to see Jaime play the piano

 

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