The World Youth Wind Symphony at Interlochen Arts Camp is one of the foremost training programs for young musicians. World-renowned conductors, teachers and guest artists help create a program that emphasizes quality, personal growth, and the joy of playing with a group of superb musicians.
Catch a glimpse of the Singer-Songwriter Program from Summer Arts Camp 2011 where students had the opportunity to work on their songwriting skills while creating a portfolio of ideas and lyrics for new songs.
The inaugural year of the Summer Arts Camp Rock Music Program allowed serious rock band students the opportunity to explore their creativity and hone their performance skills alongside a group of professional musicians.
We're pleased to announce that our "Moments" video won Best in Show for Web Video, Non-Profit at this year's W3 Awards! The W3 Awards honor creative excellence on the web, and is sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts.
Each summer, some of Interlochen's most accomplished young musicians compete for a chance to perform as a soloist with one of Interlochen's large ensembles. This is part one of a two part series, featuring the 2011 concerto competition.
Jorja Fleezanis, Interlochen alumna, accomplished violinist and experienced concertmaster, has turned her passion towards teaching. Here she works with advanced high school violin students during Summer Arts Camp 2011.
At Interlochen, you can spend three or six weeks immersed in the world of jazz. Our faculty of accomplished performers and educators will help you broaden your understanding of jazz and develop your improvisational and performance skills.
The Tony and Grammy Award-winning performer Heather Headley made a surprise visit to theatre students during summer 2010. She worked with all theatre students, but especially the cast of Aida, a title role that she originated on Broadway.
The bassoon institute took place June 19 thru June 25, 2010. It offered an opportunity for bassoonists to spend a week of intensive study with three of America’s leading bassoon pedagogues: George Sakakeeny, Eric Stomberg and Patricia Rogers.