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Mika Perrine announced as Interim Director. Brittany Cavallaro joins Interlochen’s writing faculty. Joe Sacksteder is Visiting Instructor of Fiction and Nonfiction.
An interview with longtime string bass instructor Larry Hurst.
From sewing zippers to serving breakfast, Linne Cross is up to the task.
Jutila is cast as “#00” in the Lincoln Center’s production of the award-winning play.
The longtime Arts Camp and Arts Academy oboe instructor also received a Lifetime Gold Pass.
Interlochen President Trey Devey co-hosted an hour of Morning Classical with Kate Botello.
The annual festival presents King Lear and American Hwangap in its tenth season.
The e-magazine lauds Montee’s performance as “a force of nature.”
From accordion classroom to welcome center, Apollo Hall has a history of versatility.
More Than $82 Million Awarded by NEA for Arts Projects Nationwide
President Trey Devey greets the Interlochen community on the first day of his presidency.
Composer and musician Edward Perez performed an original composition during Alan Gilbert’s New York Philharmonic season finale.
President Kimpton reflects on his accomplishments on his last day in office.
A chronological history of Jeffrey Kimpton's presidency.
Oriole "Tootie" Wright's scrapbook provides a glimpse into early Camp life.
The student-run publication celebrates its 41st year with external submissions and interviews with top authors.
A gallery of Interlochen Arts Academy student work is now on display at the Cowell Family Cancer Center.
New Parsons Center installation celebrates the life of Interlochen visual arts instructor Jean Noble Parsons.
Former trustee, Shirley Young, gives her time as an advocate for Interlochen overseas.
Drawing from her northern Michigan roots—Interlochen alumna Lauren Duski advances to The Voice finale.