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Devey joins a list of honorees that includes leaders from the Chicago Opera Theater, Frost School of Music, and Yamaha
Interlochen’s beloved holiday performances highlight the month of December.
Forty-seven students received awards in the national competition.
Celebrate the holidays with festive tunes performed by Interlochen alumni.
The performance features works for toy piano, cymbal duet, and cactus by the avant-garde composer.
The Los Angeles-based artist taught visual arts students to make their own brushes with found materials.
The American Ballet Theatre principal offers advice on injury prevention, recovery, and more.
The Johns Hopkins professor presented a reading and taught a master class for creative writing students.
McMurray will lead the band through selections by Ticheli and Grainger.
School’s production theme of inclusion continues with critically-acclaimed story of discovery set in the 1960s.
Guitar sensation Marcin Dylla joins Arts Academy faculty and students in November’s lineup.
Singer-songwriter instructor Courtney Kaiser-Sandler shares some of the the most influential albums from across the decades.
Celebrate the scariest season with a selection of horror films featuring Interlochen alumni.
Collaboration will create more than 45 scholarships every year for the next three years for students in Miami-Dade County
Interlochen Arts Academy Instructor of Poetry Brittany Cavallaro shares her must-read list for aspiring poets.
Vijay Iyer, the Sphinx Virtuosi, and Interlochen Arts Academy ensembles headline the month of October.
On October 31, 2018, CREATE AMAZING: The Campaign for Interlochen will end. Supporters are stepping up to make gifts toward student scholarships.
A conversation with cellist Joe Kwon.
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.