Our open-sided amphitheatre on the shore of Green Lake, and host to some of the Interlochen Arts Festival's biggest names. Download seating chart (Adobe PDF, 1.3MB) | 360-degree virtual tour
Our beautiful and comfortable indoor auditorium seats 952. It hosts student dance, theatre and music performances, and dozens of acclaimed guests artists each year. Download seating chart (Adobe PDF, 10MB) | 360-degree virtual tour
Dendrinos Chapel and Recital Hall
The Dendrinos Chapel and Recital Hall seats 230. More intimate performances, such as student, faculty and guest artists recitals take place here. It is also home to Interlochen's 50-rank Reuter pipe organ, which was restored and rededicated in 2006. 360-degree virtual tour.
Built in 1928, the historic Interlochen Bowl serves as a rehearsal and performance venue during the summer months. Most notably, the Bowl hosts the beautiful and moving Les Preludes, which is the traditional concluding performance of each Interlochen Arts Camp summer session. 360-degree virtual tour.
The 170-seat Phoenix Theatre is a black box theatre used for classes, rehearsals and performances.