Interlochen Center for the Arts Unveils New Multi-Million Dollar Building

Sweet melodies, hymns and loud trombones will be ringing from wall to wall in Interlochen Center for the Arts’ new multi-million dollar building.

For almost thirty years, Interlochen Center for Arts has dreamed of a facility designated just for music. 

Now, that dream has become a reality.

The newly constructed $24 million building has now opened its doors.

Equip with 25 instruction rooms, ten practice studios and two rehearsal halls.

The building connects the schools Corson Auditorium and the Frohlich Piano and Percussion Building.

Making it easier for students to move from building to building.

“During the academic year we have about 500 students, but during the summer, we have around 1,500, so we have many students who will be able to this space from all over the world, all over the state and all over the area, and it’ll be a crowning experience for their artistic education,” explained Jason Hubbard with the Interlochen Center for the Arts.

Interlochen is now looking to build a new dance department.