IPR Presents "Radio Collage"

Each July and October, audiences experience our terrestrial version of "Collage," a very special event comprised of student performances in a variety of art forms, presented in an exhilerating, rapid-fire format. Interlochen Public Radio is taking that format to the airwaves and online with Radio Collage. We hope you will tune in and enjoy the talents of Interlochen singers, instrumentalists, poets, actors, and songwriters. The program airs on IPR on the third Saturday of the month at 8:06am, and again the following Sunday at 7:00pm. You can also listen to complete episodes online at http://interlochenpublicradio.org/programs/radio-collage.

Recent Episodes

Highlights from the 2013-14 Arts Academy Year
We revisit performances from the recent school year. There's lots of diversity, with music by Maurice Ravel, Sir Arthur Sullivan, and Dave Brubeck. We'll also hear works by students from the Comparative Arts, Creative Writing and Singer-Songwriter programs.

Interlochen Arts Camp Hits the Stage 
Featuring excerpts from the 2014 Interlochen Arts Camp "Collage" show and other performances. There's music by Mendelssohn, Duke Ellington and Brahms, a bit of Shakespeare, and original works by students from the Singer/Songwriter and Creative Writing programs.

What I Did This Summer
When many of us were younger, Fall meant back to school, and writing a theme about how we spent the summer. In this episode, we turn the tables: it's the teachers who'll be "writing the theme", or in this case, performing. Hear the music of Beethoven, Debussy and Mozart, along with lesser-known composers like Bill Potts and Pierre-Max Duboix. 

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