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Julieanna Richardson’s The HistoryMakers project preserves first-hand stories of the African-American experience.
Join us this March as we launch an exciting crowdfunding campaign.
From Laurie Anderson to Ashley Fure, these seven Interlochen alumnae are some of the strongest voices in music composition.
The name changes reflect new directions for both divisions.
A conversation with Grammy-winning percussionist Matthew Duvall.
The percussionist and instrument maker shares his advice on the business of music and following your passion.
Interlochen Arts Camp instructor of Music Production and Engineering shares the importance of hard work and networking.
Fifteen musicians will perform original songs in a variety of styles and genres.
A semester into his new role as Director of Music Production and Engineering, Marc Lacuesta opens up about life at Interlochen.
Instructor of Creative Writing chats about studying at Interlochen, being relentless, and writing from personal experience.
Hailed by MTV as "nothing short of brilliant," the collective is in demand at music festivals like Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits.
Through Transient Landscapes, a large-scale participatory outdoor sound installation, Interlochen students will capture the sounds of a melting glacier.
Students will introduce the stunning ballet to new audiences in northern and central Michigan.
Interlochen Arts Academy’s faculty and Academic Center for Enrichment help students overcome difficulties in the classroom.
The renowned husband-wife duo will perform works by Bach, Beethoven, Mendelsohn, Albeniz, and Chopin.
For the ninth year in a row, local young singers will join the Arts Academy Choir in song.
New works by Interlochen Arts Academy visual arts students encompass printmaking, ceramics, painting, digital arts, and more.
Visual arts, creative writing, dance, music, theatre, and motion picture arts students received numerous accolades in the competition’s West Michigan division.