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The establishment of Interlochen State Park paved the way for the formation of Interlochen Center for the Arts.
Joe Sacksteder will take the lead at the Writing House.
5K run/walk will support student scholarships and feature student art throughout the course.
Students will perform “Appalachian Spring Suite” as part of a Martha Graham Dance Company biennial event.
Interlochen Arts Camp Institute faculty member Regie Gibson shares his poetic advice.
23 Interlochen students won 34 awards in the 2019 competition.
Maia Siegel, a sophomore from Roanoke, Virginia, wins biennial competition.
Courtney Kaiser-Sandler and Michael Mittelstaedt will address topics of citizen artistry, self-discovery, and cross-disciplinary pedagogy.
Popular program returns to Interlochen for its seventh live recording
Interlochen Arts Camp Instructor of Music Production and Engineering Jeanine Cowen shares the benefits of mastering the microphone.
Student directors, actors, and designers collaborate in the annual One-Act Festival.
Flutist Nancy Stagnitta, violinist Ara Sarkissian, violist Renee Skerik, and collaborative pianist Ya-Ju Chuang will perform a selection of diverse works.
Paths to the President’s Club.
Classical Interlochen Public Radio Host Dr. Amanda Sewell reflects on giving new life to historical recordings.
“Concerto for Piano, Left Hand” was commissioned for Coonrod after a career-threatening injury.
Harlem String Quartet violinist Melissa White uses yoga to help musicians find strength and balance on and off the stage.
Students will present world premieres and original works in two interdisciplinary performances.
Six world-class conductors will work with the World Youth Symphony Orchestra this summer.
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68 students received more than 273 awards from the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers.
Assistant Dean for Enrollment Services Andrea M. Fitzgerald offers advice on auditioning and explains the benefits of attending an arts high school.
The Guggenheim Fellow explores technological obsolescence—and other solar systems—through art.