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Frohlich Piano and Percussion Building

Exterior of Frohlich Piano building at Interlochen Center for the Arts

Completed in 1998, the Frohlich Piano and Percussion Building provides a comfortable, climate-controlled space for studying percussion, piano, and other keyboard instruments. The building features a freight-sized elevator for transporting large instruments and is connected to Corson Auditorium through the Music Center. Other amenities include a piano technician's studio, several large classrooms, numerous individual practice rooms equipped with acoustic and electric pianos, and a custom-built practice organ made by Wahl Organbuilders.