From the President, NY Phil, Touring Opportunity

From the Desk of Trey Devey: Transformation and Possibilities

Scholarships, touring opportunities, and The Interlochen 5 provide life-changing opportunities for Interlochen students.

Executive Director of Interlochen Online Carin Nuernberg.

Executive Director of Interlochen Online Carin Nuernberg.

Access to the extraordinary: A Q&A with inaugural Executive Director of Interlochen Online Carin Nuernberg

Nuernberg chats about the upcoming Winter 1 session, her vision for the future of Interlochen Online, and why young artists should explore online arts education.

David Krauss (IAC/NMC 86/87) is the principal trumpet of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Krauss recently launched Speaking Soundly, a new podcast featuring conversations with world-renowned performing artists and promising newcomers about their lives and creative processes. Fellow Interlochen alumnus and New York Philharmonic Principal Clarinetist Anthony McGill (IAC 91, 93; IAA 94-96) will be featured on the episode that will be released on Tuesday, Nov. 15.

Jennifer Ehle (IAA 85-87) appears as “Laura Madden” in the biographical drama She Said, which will be released on Nov. 18, 2022. The film, which is based on the 2019 book of the same name, follows the true story of the journalists who exposed Harvey Weinstein’s history of misconduct and inspired the #MeToo movement.

Ben Foster (IAC 94-95) stars as legendary 15th century mercenary Jan Žižka in the recently-released film Medieval. The film, which is currently available for viewing on iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, and DirectTV, was recently reviewed by Liz Whittemore (IAC 95) for Reel News Daily.

In Memoriam

All In Memoriam

Margaret Munro Baldridge (IAC/NMC 44-54) of Rockford, Michigan, passed away on Jan. 8, 2022.

Albert Dalton (UNIV 58, 61; IAC St 58-61) of Bonita Springs, Florida, passed away on Oct. 15, 2022.

Thomas Schneller (AS 62-63, IAC/NMC 64, IAA Fac 77-80, IAC Fac 78) of Neenah, Wisconsin, passed away on Nov. 6, 2022.

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