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The Board of Trustees welcomed new members and approved several notable resolutions.
An exploration Interlochen’s numerous and varied faculty residences.
More than 100 additional students attend Interlochen Arts Camp through increased scholarship funds thanks to generous supporters.
As director, Sheets will oversee students pursuing their education in collaborative and interdisciplinary arts.
Atefat-Peckham is the second Interlochen Arts Academy student to receive this prestigious writing recognition since its inception in 2012.
The two ensembles, along with alumna Rachel Eskanazi-Gold, joined forces for the grand opening of the Great Lakes Center for the Arts.
Cameren Anai Williams (IAC 13) uses her talents as a luthier to make high-quality string instruments accessible to all.
Dr. Dunner’s appointment marks the most recent in a series of major investments in the music program at Interlochen Center for the Arts, which will also fund the opening of a new 65,000-square-foot music building in the spring of 2019.
Shapiro will remain on faculty at Cleveland Institute of Music while providing sabbatical coverage at Interlochen.
The station won a bronze medal for "Best Music Program" for their collaboration with the New York Philharmonic and the University Musical Society.
Eli Reisz's transformative experiences at Interlochen inspired his parents to get involved as donors and volunteers.
This summer, Interlochen Public Radio celebrates its 55th anniversary.
Create Amazing Opportunities Challenge extended after reaching 2,000 donor goal.
Gary Gatzke, Matthew Duvall and Alex Fiterstein headline the station’s recent, world-class musical guests.
A selection of recent highlights from the Land of the Stately Pines.
Motivated by their son’s transformation, Malcolm and Kasey Muhammad share Interlochen with their neighbors.
All-State alumnus Reed Timmer chases storms for Accuweather—and for the greater good.
Interlochen Arts Academy Instructor of English, Karen Leland Libby on utilizing her sabbatical to grow her understanding of the Middle East.
Dr. Patrick M. Owen (IAA 92-93, IAC 91-92) will succeed retiring Interlochen Arts Academy faculty member Crispin Campbell.
Instructor of Motion Picture Arts Michael Mittelstaedt discusses his upcoming film, first movie theatre experience and lifelong love of cinema.
The Kalamazoo native is the first Motion Picture Arts student to be honored with the designation.