Interlochen Center for the Arts partners with The Alluvion to present intimate faculty and guest artist performances

Part of Interlochen’s new Interlochen in Town series, the performances will feature acclaimed and diverse artists including Nancy Stagnitta, Matthew Cochran, Kara Huber, and Dar Williams.

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Interlochen Center for the Arts has partnered with performance venue The Alluvion to present a series of concerts by its faculty and guest artists.

“We are excited to collaborate with The Alluvion as part of our Interlochen in Town series,” said Brent Wrobel, Executive Director of Interlochen Presents. “These concerts will showcase the amazing talent of our faculty and guest artists with the goal of raising awareness of the high-quality performances that happen on the Interlochen campus.”

Launched this fall, the Interlochen in Town series invites audiences to experience Interlochen’s world-class artistry at venues in nearby Traverse City. The series also includes student performances at the City Opera House. Performances at The Alluvion include:

The Alluvion, which opened for preview performances in March, is a performance and event space co-owned by Commongrounds Cooperative, Jeff Haas, and Crosshatch Center for Art and Ecology. The venue is located on the second floor of the Commongrounds Cooperative building at the edge of the Boardman-Ottaway River in Traverse City. The space’s amenities include a spacious lobby, optimal acoustics, world-class equipment, and a built-in recording studio that enables live streaming and professional audio/video recording.

“It's very inspiring to collaborate with Interlochen for the In Town Series,” said Matt McCalpin, Director of Operations at The Alluvion. “Interlochen has enriched the arts in our region for so long, and The Alluvion is just getting started on our journey as a home for performing arts and community resilience in Traverse City. It's a great match, and the wide range of artists they are presenting in this series are so high-level. We have a very intimate, 150-person capacity in our venue, so getting tickets quickly is a good idea!”

Tickets for all performances are $28 and can be purchased at