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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.
The two groundbreaking ensembles will perform works by Nico Muhly, Philip Glass, Bryce Dessner, and others.
Students will direct and star in 12 published one-act plays that span genres and styles.
Booth is widely referred to as one of the nation’s most creative teachers and as “the father of the teaching artist profession.”
Rachel Friedman examines the meaning of creativity and artistry through the lives of eight Interlochen Arts Camp alumni.
Busting some of the common myths about financial aid at Interlochen.
Acclaimed conductors to lead ensembles in works by noted classical and contemporary composers.
Rikkiya Brathwaite will represent the British Virgin Islands during the competition in London.
The Greenleaf Collection’s rich history with Interlochen Center for the Arts continues to shine throughout campus.
Interlochen continues commitment to increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion among its students, faculty, staff, and trustees.
Before becoming a two-time Pulitzer Prize nominated playwright, Sarah Ruhl spent her summers immersed in the arts at Interlochen. Now her children are following in her footsteps.
Arts Academy voice major Evri honors her own scholarships by giving back.
“A facility that matches the possibilities.”
Interlochen Arts Camp alumnus Steve Pieters shares his journey of surviving—and thriving—with AIDS.
Euphonium soloist and Interlochen Institute instructor shares advice on choosing an instrument, finding your sound, and being vulnerable.
A conversation with Detroit Symphony Orchestra cellists and Interlochen alumni Paul Wingert and Úna O'Riordan.
New need- and merit-based scholarships for Detroit students in grades three through twelve reflect Interlochen Center for the Arts’ commitment to making the Interlochen experience accessible to all families.