(l to r) Woodruff, Pollard, Kitzmiller, LaMarte
TenorBruce LaMarteLeadCraig Pollard
BariMike WoodruffBassScott Kitzmiller
“Infinity” was formed in December of 2002 by four men focused on good quality singing, the love of barbershop harmony, and general fun and good times. All of the members of the quartet are past District Champion quartet singers and long-time Society members.

Lead, Craig Pollard, continued a family tradition of quartet singing that his father, Tom, started years earlier. Craig lives in Farmington Hills with wife, Jill, and two sons, Aaron, and Wayne. Wayne is keeping the tradition alive by singing in a high school barbershop quartet.

Tenor, Bruce LaMarte, is the senior member and a long-time advocate of quality singing in the barbershop style. Bruce lives in Waterford with wife, Dodie, who is a very active quartet person in Sweet Adelines.

Mike Woodruff, baritone, started singing barbershop as a teenager and has continually focused on high quality performance over the years. Mike lives in Fowlerville with wife, Julie, and children, Brian and Katie.

Bass, Scott Kitzmiller, is the group musician, coach, arranger, and a BHS Music Judge. Scott is also director of the South Bend Mishawaka Chorus. Scott lives in Indiana with his two sons, Kyle and Kohl, who sing in their dad’s chorus.