College of Performing Arts

Kathryn McFadden is on a mission - to bring art to the Rowan community and to bring the Rowan community in to see art.

A U.S. Marine in World War II, sculptor Fred Schumm has dedicated his life to art and finds inspiration everywhere.

Renowned British choral conductor Sir David Willcocks visits Rowan to lead the Concert Choir in a special performance on Dec. 8.

Rowan's men's and women's choruses offer a holiday concert on Dec. 2

Rowan String Ensemble shares the talents of student musicians in concert on Nov. 20

The Rowan Percussion Ensemble premieres two new works at its November 19 concert.

Rowan University's Campus Players bring back a classic comedy with a new adaptation of Moliere’s The Doctor in Spite of Himself.

Rowan Opera Company offers A Tribute to Opera

Works for lute, archlute and guitar are on the program when faculty member Joseph Mayes performs Wednesday, November 7 at 8 pm

"Songs of Praise, Songs of Protest," a three-credit freshman Honors course at Rowan, examines the role music has played to enact social change in America. Through listening, singing, writing, and intensive discussion, students are analyzing how music has worked to illuminate issues such as racial identity, stereotypes, class, gender, and social culture.

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