On Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m. in Corson Auditorium, Interlochen Arts Academy and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra will come together to present a remarkable concert – one that’s been 18 months in the making.
This spring, Interlochen Center for the Arts launched the Logan Arts Leadership Institute (LALI) with a mission to help young leaders prepare to play significant roles in the arts.
Three Interlochen Arts Academy students have all been accepted into the renowned dance program at The Juilliard School.
Molly McDaniel, a high school junior from Alta, Iowa, has been selected as the winner of the 2012-2013 Virginia B. Ball Creative Writing Competition.
Interlochen's flute instructor, Nancy Stagnitta, discussed flute technique and her teaching philosophy in the March 2013 issue of Flute Talk.
Robert Alexander will travel to Interlochen for the world premiere of his winning musical composition, “Sparks,” performed by members of the World Youth Wind Symphony at their first performance of the summer on June 29, 2013.
On April 28, 2013, the Arts Academy Orchestra will hold a free concert in Midland. Also on that same day, the Arts Academy Choir and Dance Company will hold a free performance in Grand Rapids.
Thomas Childs, composer and instructor of music theory at Interlochen Arts Academy, attended the premiere performance of one of his newest works at Michigan State University.
Lesley Tye (IAA 90-93), instructor of Creative Writing and Motion Picture Arts for the Academy and instructor of Screenwriting at Interlochen Arts Camp, presents her screenplay panel at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference in Boston.
The performers are being lined up, repertoire is being chosen and the announcement for the 2013 Summer Arts Festival is planned for April 12!
Dr. Jerry Blackstone, director of choirs and chair of the conducting department at the University of Michigan School of Music, will lead Adult Choral Camp again this year.
When Gaye Gronlund and Bruce Corner sent their son to Interlochen Arts Camp in 1997, they thought it would be a nice summer experience to supplement the instruction he was receiving at home. But it became much more than they expected.
Jerry believed there were two kinds of people in the world, the ones that loved math and the ones that were going to learn to love math.