College of Performing Arts

There's wind in your hair, a crisp briny spray on your tongue and warm golden sun on your face. Next port of call: Bermuda, Barbados, possibly Tahiti.Sound like the best spring break ever?Think again.

He's a world-renowned sax and flute player with ten CDs to his name and the former musical director for trumpeter extraordinaire Maynard Ferguson. Rowan music professor Denis DiBlasio teaches life in the jazz lane. He's lived a life others only dream about but, he's the first to tell you, it's out there and available, ripe for the picking.

Under the direction of Dr. John Pastin, the Rowan Wind Ensemble begins its season of performances with an evening of new and classic works on Thursday, October 11, 2007 at 8 pm in Pfleeger Concert Hal

Westby Gallery on the campus of Rowan University displays sculptures and drawings by Fred Schumm, an Artist-in-Residence at the university, from September 24 through November 3, 2007. A reception to

Rowan University will formally usher in the 2007-08 academic year at Convocation on Monday, September 10, at 11 a.m. in Pfleeger Concert Hall in Wilson Hall.

Convocation, which draws hundreds

With scores of study abroad programs available, Rowan University students have a unique opportunity to get college credits and see the world.

GLASSBORO - Joined by the acclaimed Serafin String Quartet and pianist Julie Nishimura, faculty member and double bassist Douglas Mapp presents the next event in the College of Fine & Performing Arts

Dedicated to the late Maynard Ferguson, the 37th Annual Rowan Jazz Festival pays tribute to the renowned jazz icon who gave his name to the university's Maynard Ferguson Institute of Jazz Studies. The

NOTICE: The Jan. 22 event had to be canceled because of a power outage in the Wilson Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Exploring music from a variety of cultures, the Flutes of the World Fe

For the past few years, art student Tonya Pulis has spent a good bit of her time studying to be an art teacher and crafting metalwork in Westby Hall, a circa1967, two-story brick building fronting bus