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Six visual artists and four creative writers receive 22 medals at national competition.
The 24 selectees joining the orchestra will perform in South America with Martin Alsop this summer.
Kyle Tesalona teaches first-ever motion picture arts audio production course.
How a concert recorded at Interlochen Center for the Arts found its way onto The Dave Brubeck Quartet 25th Anniversary Reunion LP.
A recently developed curriculum targets holistic education at Interlochen Arts Academy.
Vocal arts major Lorenzo Pipino advances in the prestigious academic scholarship program
Interlochen Arts Academy dancers prepared for their winter concert with the aid of notable guest artists.
Current Interlochen Arts Academy musicians Anders Peterson and Jarrett May also competed in Washington, D.C.
Selected students from the singer-songwriter program will tour in southern California.
Rehearsals open for the first Interlochen Arts Academy staging of My Fair Lady since 1965.
Opera performers and educators will teach master classes and present a recital.
New schedule of spring/summer classes offers educational lectures; scholarship opportunity, along with courses in art, music, creative writing and more
Band and creative writing students explore the relationship between sound and meaning with a collaborative concert.
2016-17 Comparative Arts students explore the concept of pilgrimages through performance.
An interdepartmental collaboration aims to educate Interlochen’s campus on women’s heart health issues.
Learn more about Interlochen Center for the Arts' global artistic, cultural and financial contribution.
208 regional awards went to 56 Interlochen Arts Academy students.
New York Philharmonic musicans Kuan Cheng Lu (violin) and Roger Nye (bassoon) perform live on IPR.
Interlochen warmed the young dancer’s heart and launched her professional career in ballet.
An ongoing partnership between the New York Philharmonic and Interlochen Center for the Arts culminated in a weeklong NYC residency and a Lincoln Center chamber concert.
For Bill and Martha Paine, a lifetime of giving annually led to a gift for Interlochen’s founding ensemble, the World Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Grants give new life to historic Interlochen Center for the Arts recordings.