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The “living legend of the flute” will premiere a piece composed by Arts Academy faculty Thomas Childs, collaborate with the Arts Academy Orchestra, and more.
“The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical” composer and lyricist reflects on his work, navigating the industry, and his Camp experience.
Hosted in the new, state-of-the-art Music Center, the major will be led by Marc Lacuesta.
Marking the largest non-estate gift in Interlochen’s history, the funds will be used to build a single facility that will complete all remaining goals of a campus master plan developed in 1990.
Interlochen Arts Academy students, alumni, and faculty offer advice on arts, academics, and life on your own.
The Instructor of Theatre shares the differences between stage and screen acting, advice from her famous teachers, and the importance of being fearless.
The northern Michigan theatre partnership includes a co-production of a new creation by Parallel 45 Theatre featuring Interlochen Arts Academy students and more.
From saying more to small breakthroughs. A conversation with noted playwright Sam Collier.
Noted composer shares her advice on finding purpose, and opens up about documenting her life online.
Noted clarientiest offers advice to young musicians, and opens up about his personal beliefs regarding the arts.
Instructor of Bassoon shares experiences from the Met, the importance of accessibility, and his passion for the process of music.
The Music Center fundamentally changes the way students learn, rehearse, and perform at Interlochen Center for the Arts.
Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra Conductor Dr. Leslie B. Dunner discusses conducting the world premiere of the “Central Park Five” opera.
Lyle Lovett, Steep Canyon Rangers, and Sir James Galway headline a fall performance season at Interlochen Center for the Arts.
Percussionist and instrument-builder celebrates 40 years of making wind chimes and performing with Steve Reich.
New instructors include dancer Jurijs Safonovs, vocal coach Elizabeth Gray, and artist Russ Orlando.
NCIS: Los Angeles star Barrett Foa reflects on his own time at Camp, and why he gives to Interlochen.
Interlochen’s new Vice President of Philanthropy shares his favorite works of art, northern Michigan connections, and philanthropic goals.
Motion picture arts alumnus earns accolades for small-screen video advertisements.
DSO double bassist Nick Myers is an Interlochen Arts Academy alumnus and northern Michigan native.
The campus screening features Tel Aviv on Fire as part of Movies Around the Bay, and the student screening features 12 shorts by Arts Academy students.