Current Arts Academy violinist Aidan Krieger performing his own arrangement of "O Mio Babbino Caro" from his home in southeast Michigan.
Camp student Meredith Spradlin performing "Loure" from her home in Illinois.
Director of Choirs John Bragle performing his original parody "I Teach Online."
Interlochen Arts Academy Music Production and Engineering parody "My Corona" featuring Marc Lacuesta on lead vocals.
Cleveland Orchestra violinist and Interlochen alumna Kathleen Collins performs her three children and fellow Interlochen alumni: Matthew, Maya, and Daniel Fields.
Even as social distancing pulls us apart, art brings us together—offering comfort, hope, and human connection.
We invite our students, faculty, alumni, and friends to help us bring the magic of Interlochen Center for the Arts to the world during this challenging time. With the hashtag #InterlochenInterludes, we are showcasing our community's art across disciplines on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @interlochenarts.
We also want to continue providing exceptional arts education to artists of all ages. Help us create educational content for art students around the world. Share your expertise by filming a short mini-lesson or lecture, and tag #InterlochenInterludes in your post.
Here are three ways to participate:
- Post an image or video to Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and use the hashtag #interlocheninterludes to tag your work. Make sure your account is public so we can see it!
- Email your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Current Arts Academy students can also upload their work to the IntyHub in Canvas.
Remember the motto displayed on the back of Kresge Auditorium: “Dedicated to the promotion of world friendship through the universal language of the arts.” It has always been a core value at Interlochen. Today, it is more relevant than ever.