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CREATE AMAZING: The Campaign for Interlochen moves focus from Place to People; emphasizes faculty, financial aid and programs.
Creative writer Margaret Blackburn joins less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors to be awarded this honor.
Violinists Heather Kendrick and JessiKate Riley will represent the states of Michigan and Utah respectively.
This fall, Interlochen Arts Academy, in partnership with Kirkbride Hall at The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, present four intimate performances in Downtown Traverse City.
Interlochen Public Radio’s Dan Wanschura shadowed piano tuner Jessica Masse during Arts Camp 2017.
Interlochen's 8th president, Trey Devey, takes the helm.
The structures and plants are provided by grants from the Annis and Allen Foundations.
Bill Church, Leo Gillis and Interlochen President Trey Devey appeared on the popular WJR Radio Paul W. Smith morning show.
Trustees elected at the July 2017 meeting include a Michigan Supreme Court Justice, a Harvard professor and more.
Michael Dermody gives his time, talent and treasure to the Interlochen mission.
An interview with longtime string bass instructor Larry Hurst.
A brief history of a 90-year-old Interlochen tradition—”Les Preludes.”
Mika Perrine announced as Interim Director. Brittany Cavallaro joins Interlochen’s writing faculty. Joe Sacksteder is Visiting Instructor of Fiction and Nonfiction.
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.