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Instructor of Cello Dr. Patrick M. Owen discusses his love of golf, favorite performers, and the surprising connection between chemistry and cello.
An exploration of Interlochen’s starring and guest appearances the small and large screen.
Dr. Jon Krosnick’s multifaceted career takes him from the classroom to the courtroom to the jazz club.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Tina Ament and a team of blind athletes completed a 3,000-mile bicycle race to help others find employment.
Instructor of Theatre Andrew McGinn shares his line-learning strategy, hidden talents, and most embarrassing on-stage moment.
Dr. Dunner shared his vision for the Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra with the Record Eagle.
September’s highlights include performances by the Arts Academy Orchestra, singer-songwriter students, and Instructor of Guitar Matt Cochran.
Full-tuition scholarship for high school-age writer is renewable for each year the winner attends Interlochen Arts Academy.
The 2017 production of “King Lear” wins Best of the Bard; Instructor David Montee receives Best Performance - The Bard from Encore Michigan.
The Academy Band, conducted by Dr. Matthew Schlomer, received first prize in the youth division of the Band/Wind Ensemble Performance category.
Host Amanda Sewell presents stories and music from Interlochen Arts Camp and Arts Academy.
Simple tips for designing a cute and comfy residence hall room.
More than 100 additional students attend Interlochen Arts Camp through increased scholarship funds thanks to generous supporters.
The Board of Trustees welcomed new members and approved several notable resolutions.
An exploration Interlochen’s numerous and varied faculty residences.
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.