A friend of Interlochen died this week. Concert pianist Van Cliburn became an international star at age 23 when he won the Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow. Not long after that he became a regular visitor to what was then the National Music Camp. Cliburn’s support for the vision of Interlochen’s founder Joe Maddy endured through his life. We'll talk with ICA archivist Byron Hanson about Cliburn's legacy at Interlochen.