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New Parsons Center installation celebrates the life of Interlochen visual arts instructor Jean Noble Parsons.
Former trustee, Shirley Young, gives her time as an advocate for Interlochen overseas.
News station gives a sneak-peek of new Munson Medical Center gallery.
Drawing from her northern Michigan roots—Interlochen alumna Lauren Duski advances to The Voice finale.
The Honorable Kurtis Wilder fills a vacancy in Michigan’s highest court.
Eight alumni receive prizes in prestigious chamber ensemble competition.
The Creative Writing major becomes the 44th student in Interlochen Arts Academy history to receive the honor.
Josh Groban (IAC 97-98), Jennifer Ehle (IAA 85-87), and Kate Baldwin (IAC 91-92) received individual nominations by the American Theatre Wing and The Broadway League.
Celebrating Star Wars Day with a special Interlochen connection to a galaxy far far away.
Thompson performed for TED audiences and discussed his work with Play On, Philly!
Heyder’s Septet for Piano and Winds named one of 2017’s best pieces composed by a high schooler.
Josh Groban and Jennifer Ehle are both up for individual accolades in The Drama League’s 83rd awards.
The 2016-17 Quiz Bowl team qualified for state finals and appeared on WCMU's Quiz Central.
Guests for the 2017 festival include Norman Lear (via Skype), Heidi Ewing and David Sandberg.
Bound to the Bow was premiered by the Interlochen Arts Academy orchestra at the 2016 NY Phil Biennial.
Visual Arts senior Bin Quan will receive a $1,000 scholarship as part of the Neiman Marcus Award for Fashion.
Byron Hanson shares notable events from Interlochen's history that occurred in the month of April.
Five singer-songwriters performed onstage at Pittsburgh’s PPG Paints Arena on April 5, 2017.
A conversation with Interlochen alumni Christian Dante White and Kate Baldwin.
Thanks to our generous supporters, Interlochen will break ground on an extraordinary new music facility on May 12, 2017.
Interlochen Arts Academy alumna TJ Cole uses her composition skills to help the homeless in Philadelphia.
Julia Bohm of Ann Arbor has been selected as the ninth recipient of the biannual award.