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A view of the first Academy Commencement.
On a path from ballerina to attorney for artists like comic book icon Ed Brubaker, Caitlin DiMotta is exactly where she wants to be.
Poet and author on learning the tools of the trade at Interlochen.
A NY Phil Biennial musical guide from “Young Americans” guest conductor Christopher Rountree.
Read about Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra's appearance at the NY Phil Biennial in BroadwayWorld.com.
Percussionist Megan Arns started teaching at the Interlochen Arts Camp in the summer of 2015. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Percussion at the University of Missouri.
The New York Times included the Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra "Young Americans" performance in its guide to the 2016 NY Phil Biennial.
Future of Cinema Film Festival 2016 celebrates young filmmakers, from Interlochen and beyond.
Dr. Cynthia Van Maanen, Interlochen Instructor of Music Composition and Music Theory, recognized for her work with Monahan.
The search for the next President of Interlochen continues on schedule.
A year long community project ends in fire, light and creation.
Director Michael Mittelstaedt talks about teaching visual storytelling—and its role in understanding art and oneself—on MPA’s 10th anniversary
This June, Interlochen singer-songwriter students hit the road for an east coast tour.
From IPR's Meg Gruits, an interview with NY Phil Biennial guest conductor Christopher Rountree.
Tune in on June 12, 2016, and find out which Interlochen alumni earn Tony Awards honors.
From IPR's Meg Gruits, an interview with NY Phil Biennial contributing composer Hannah Lash.
Interlochen alumni featured among those nominated in the 61st annual awards.
The "Artists of Interlochen" concert series heads to Kirkbride Hall at The Village at Grand Traverse Commons this Spring.
Composer Ashley Fure visited Interlochen in preperation of the NY Phil Biennial.
From IPR's Meg Gruits, an interview with Interlochen Dance Company member Jonatan Myhre Jørgensen.
The National Endowment for the Humanities’ traveling exhibit Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints: Popular Art of the Northeast of Brazil comes to Interlochen.