From high school students to Grammy winners, join us in Interlochen Public Radio's Studio A for insightful interviews and performances of works new and old.
Kodan Quintet (2023)
Kodan Quintet members Hunter O'Brien, Corbin Krebs, Ian Daugherty, Lauren Anker and Keeheon Nam visited Studio A to perform music of Amy Beach and Valerie Coleman.
The Kodan Quintet is in residence at IPR this week, recording music for an upcoming album, performing concerts and working with Interlochen Arts Academy and Traverse City Area Public Schools students.
From Bach to Bozza: A trio of student string quartets prepare to perform in town
Three Interlochen Arts Academy string quartets perform music by Joseph Haydn at the City Opera House as a part of the new Interlochen in Town series.
Crispin Campbell and Paul Sullivan
Crispin Campbell is the principal cellist of the Traverse City Symphony Orchestra and a retired Instructor of Cello at Interlochen Arts Academy. Paul Sullivan is a Grammy award-winning pianist and composer. Together, they visited IPR's Studio A ahead of their mini-tour around northern MI.
Six Mile Strings
Six Mile Strings (Yuri Popowcyz, Natalie Frakes, Tom Sullivan, Alycia Wilder) visited IPR from Detroit for a packed weekend of performing in Studio A, presenting a concert at the Old Art Building in Leland, MI, and guest starring in Kids Commute LIVE! at the Dennos Museum Center.
Multifaceted Claire Haungci visited IPR's Studio A ahead of her performance this weekend with the Traverse Symphony Orchestra. She'll be the soloist in Mozart's Piano Concerto no. 21 in C major. She played Bach's Toccata in G minor (BWV 915) and an original cadenza she wrote for Mozart's Piano Concerto no. 25. Huangci talked about what makes a good recording session, why this Mozart concerto is a new chapter in her longstanding collaboration with TSO artistic director and principal conductor Kevin Rhodes, and what she does to prepare on the day of a concert.
Laura Osgood Brown and Lindsey Anderson with Hyemin Kim
Soprano Laura Osgood Brown and mezzo-soprano Lindsey Anderson will perform with pianist Hyemin Kim at The Alluvion in Traverse City as a part of the new Interlochen in Town series. They visited IPR's Studio A to give a preview of the recital with music by Robert Schumann and Franco Paolo Tosti.