Tag: Interlochen

Home Away from Home

Beyond the notes and instructions on the page, beyond the audible details of musical form at the heart of a piece, most musicians want to find an even stronger connection to a piece that touches them. Sometimes in order to feel we’ve truly mastered a piece, we need to feel we understand why it was written.

Winter Songs & Carols: Our Guest Vocalists

For our 2016 Winter Songs & Carols performances, we’re delighted to work with two talented vocalists who will grace the stage with their glittering interpretation of songs arranged especially for this year’s program: Christy Burich & Emily Curtin Culler!

New Voices: Jenni Brandon

In “On Holt Avenue”, each of the four movements presents a small vignette from Jenni’s memories of daily life in her apartment in a particular Los Angeles neighborhood.

New Voices: Deborah J. Anderson

“Five Songs for Kathleen” is a brilliant song cycle combining the often bittersweet imagery of the poets’ lines with Deborah’s signature warm and graceful melodic writing.

Our Virtual Potluck: Part IV

The table is set, the buffet dishes are in place, the napkins are neatly folded, the kitties are on their best behavior. It’s time for the Manitou Winds Virtual Potluck! The silverware and napkins are over there by the plates. You might as well…

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