A native of Detroit Anthony McGlaun received formal music training at Morehouse College with graduate studies done at the University of Northern Iowa. He has been heard as Martin in The Tenderland, Don Basilio and Don Curzio in Le Nozze di Figaro in Rome, Italy with the Rome Festival and currently sings with the Michigan Opera Theater Chorus and Christ Church Cranbrook Choir. He also performs around the Metropolitan Detroit area as well as nationally as a soloist and recitalist. In the fall of 2004 Mr. McGlaun joined the faculty of Marygrove College as Interim Director of Vocal Activities. In the fall of 2005 he was appointed Assistant Professor of Music at Marygrove. In the summer of 2006 Mr. McGlaun attended Tanglewood Music Center as a fellow and performed with the Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra.