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Interlochen Center for the Arts engages and inspires people worldwide through excellence in educational, artistic, and cultural programs.


Founded in 1928, Interlochen Center for the Arts began as a national music camp and has evolved into a leading cultural institution.


Trey Devey became the eighth president of Interlochen Center for the Arts on June 12, 2017.

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First Woman: WYSO Conductor JoAnn Falletta continues to pave the way for women in conducting

Falletta shares about the concert that changed her life, describes what it was like taking classes with Leonard Bernstein, and offers advice for young musicians.

A group of people look at a light gray wall that has been decorated with the silhouettes of artists dancing and playing music.
Only at Interlochen: Graduating Visual Arts senior creates an immersive hotel room commemorating fellow students

The second of Interlochen’s Stone Hotel art rooms, featuring silhouettes of students practicing their art forms, was finished in late May by Holland Haeck.

Violist Kamilah Brown (left) and oboist Titus Underwood (right).
Two Interlochen-affiliated artists receive Sphinx MPower Artist Grants

Arts Camp alumna Kamilah Brown and former Arts Camp faculty member Titus Underwood received a combined total of more than $6,000 to further their careers in classical music.

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