Unlock $100 for Scholarships!
When you make your gift of any size to the Annual Fund by May 31, Dr. Mohamed A. El-Erian, economist and devoted Interlochen supporter, will donate an additional $100 as part of the Create Amazing Opportunities Challenge.
Join us in giving everyone
a place to unite through the power of the arts.
Goals & Progress
Sound the Call
Together, with all those who hold Interlochen dear, we invite you to join us in our campaign to CREATE AMAZING, and set the stage for Interlochen’s second century as a beacon of arts and culture and leader in arts education.
You Can Give Young Artists the Opportunity to Flourish
Interlochen students discover, often for the first time in their lives, a community of like-minded individuals who match their artistic passion. They meet teachers who unlock their potential to create at the highest level. They experience opportunities not available in their hometowns. They arrive on campus with dreams, and they leave with the ability to achieve them. CREATE AMAZING people and inspire the next generation of artists and creative leaders. More
You Can Complete the Revitalization of Interlochen
Nestled among stately pines and glacial lakes, Interlochen is a place where artists find a community of like-minded individuals who nurture their talent and drive. It’s a place that inspires audiences and listeners with exemplary arts and culture. It’s a place that unites everyone through the arts. Through facilities that are worthy of the artists and the aspirations within, Interlochen can achieve its mission of inspiring and nurturing the future of every artistic endeavor. More
You Can Support All Aspects of Interlochen
Increase scholarship support for talented, motivated students. Allow Interlochen to meet critical needs and explore new opportunities like the Arts Academy Orchestra and Dance Company’s 2016 critically acclaimed performance at the 2016 NY Phil Biennial. CREATE AMAZING opportunity and support the Interlochen Annual Fund and/or include Interlochen in your estate plans. More
Robert B. Annis’ fascination with radio began during his high school years. Born in 1907 in Connorsville, Ind., Annis excelled in both academic and artistic subjects from his childhood onward. More
Young was born in China, but spent most of her formative years living in the United States. More
For Becky Ruthven, her connection to Interlochen began through her family. More
Julie Reisz’s search for Interlochen began when her son Eli’s first marimba lesson ended. More
For CREATE AMAZING donors Nancy and Phil Meek, it all started with a picnic basket. More
Rocio Anica first found Interlochen not through writing, but through music when she saw a poster for Interlochen Arts Academy in her high school’s choir room. More
When their daughter, Carly, told them she wanted to go to the Interlochen Arts Academy for her junior and senior years of high school, Bill and Linda Nelson were skeptical. More
Meet Robert Anderson. Since 2001, Robert has spent his summers in northern Michigan—becoming a familiar face on the Interlochen campus. More