Interlochen Arts Camp (formerly the National Music Camp) is an annual summer camp for approximately 2,500 students ages 8 to 18. It was founded in 1928 by the late Dr. Joseph E. Maddy as the National High School Orchestra Camp. Today, students participate in music, theatre, dance, visual arts, creative writing, or motion picture arts. Camp admission is competitive, and auditions are required in most cases.
Alumni include Josh Groban, Ed Helms, Norah Jones and Peter Yarrow. Alumni also include the 5 young ladies above, attending "Beach Harp" class (or is that B-Sharp class?)
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