At Interlochen, our teachers never stop learning.
We recently celebrated the conclusion of Interlochen Online with performances of “Collage” and “Les Préludes.” Both performances are available for viewing on-demand. We also invite you to get a glimpse of our Industry Seminars, weekly conversations with acclaimed artists led by Cristian Măcelaru (IAA 97-99, IAC 98).
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our summer alumni series! More than 350 Camp alumni took part in Zoom reunions and events. The Interlochen Alumni Book Club read “And Then We Grew Up: On Creativity, Potential, and the Imperfect Art of Adulthood” by Rachel Friedman (IAC 93-95). On July 23, the book club united for a discussion with Rachel about life after Interlochen. You can watch the discussion on YouTube. We also hosted an Interlochen Trivia Night on July 30. Congratulations to Barbara Scott (IAA 75-77, IAC/NMC 73-76, UNIV 79, IAC St 78, 80-83, IAC Fac 98-99) for taking home the top prize!
Mark your calendars for our virtual Arts Academy Reunion Weekend, which will take place Oct. 16-18. Events for the weekend include a coffee house, an alumni panel, classes with current and former faculty, a trivia night, and virtual class reunions. More details and registration information will be available on Sept. 1.
One of the Interlochen College of Creative Arts’ most popular programs—Adult Band Camp—will take place from Aug. 11-16. The program will be offered virtually and will provide an opportunity for adult musicians to hone their craft and make connections with other musicians. The camp’s virtual format was recently highlighted by local media outlet 9&10 News.
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