The Department of Music welcomes acclaimed bass/baritone Daniel Mobbs for a masterclass session with Rowan students. Mobbs has earned praise on both sides of the Atlantic for his performances, having appeared with major opera companies all over the world. A native of Kentucky, his awards include winning the Sullivan Foundation Award and receiving a grant from the Puccini Foundation. New York City Opera awarded him the Kolozsvar Award in 2008, recognizing his "memorable performance of multiple roles in Purcell's King Arthur." He earned first place in the College Division of both the MacAllister Awards and the Mario Lanza Scholarship. He is a graduate of the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia. Admission is free and open to the public.