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Bill and Linda Nelson support Interlochen to help others see that “Art Lives Here.”
Interlochen’s manager of Instrument Services uses her resources, contacts and ingenuity to create the perfect instruments for Interlochen’s performances.
Show lyricist/composer Adam Guettel (IAC 80) and original Broadway cast member Victoria Clark (IAC 77) bring their insight to Interlochen’s musical theatre students.
DeRoy Testamentary Foundation filmmaker-in-residence Lydia Hicks on helping young filmmakers capture Interlochen’s natural beauty.
Drawn from the largest pool ever, 50 of the YoungArts 2017 recipients have ties to Interlochen Center for the Arts.
Design and Production instructor and lighting designer Clyde Sheets takes us behind the scenes into his artistic process.
Interlochen's eighth president discusses the job of his dreams.
From Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine to the Netflix original series The OA you will find Interlochen alumni on both ends of the camera. Here are just a few that you can currently stream at home.
Interlochen Center for the Arts is pleased to announce that – following an intensive year-and-a-half search process – a new president, Trey Devey, will lead the institution starting in June 2017.
Instructor of Harp Joan Holland performs in Studio A and chats with IPR host Nancy Deneen about common myths associated with the harp.
Bill Sears sat down with IPR host Kate Botello to discuss why jazz is still relevant in the latest Studio A.
The Northern Michigan festival will include work from alumni and current Arts Academy students.
Bringing ballet to Interlochen with Balanchine repetiteur Deborah Wingert.
Visiting composer John Murphree’s percussion master class combined a trip to the hardware store with ancient mathematics.
How Leonard and Nicholas Falcone left their mark on Interlochen in 1928 and on Michigan collegiate athletics for years to come.
Johannesburg-based artist Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum invites students to contribute to her visual mythology.
Instructor of Theatre David Montee receives Oscar Wilde Award for As You Like It.
Byron Hanson shares Interlochen's long history of touring.
Interlochen alumna Sarah Ruhl (IAC/NMC 87-88, 90) was recently announced as the winner of the 2016 Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award.
Our profile on Interlochen alumna and perennial polymath Binta Brown
All the world’s his stage for actor turned political journalist Joshua Lederman.
Bronwyn Tarr found the perfect marriage of her two passions: Studying dance from a scientific perspective.
Interlochen gave Judith Harris a gift of creativity; today, she acknowledges the gift she received by giving back financially.