Early Music Performance

David Dolata performs mainly on lute and theorbo and occasionally tiorbino, archlute, baroque lute, baroque guitar, renaissance guitar, cittern, and viola da gamba. He performs primarily with Il Furioso, which he co-directs with Victor Coelho and in the Miami area for FIU and the Miami Bach Society. He has recently accompanied countertenor Andreas Scholl for concerts in America along with Victor Coelho and Laura Jeppesen. Other venues and collaborations include the Boston Early Music Festival, Boston Renaissance Ensemble, Boston University, Colorado College, Early Music Voices (Calgary), University of South Carolina, College of Charleston, Alexandria Choral Society, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Opera Department, Apollo’s Fire, Jaap Schroeder & the Cleveland Baroque Soloists, Ars Femina, Vocal Arts Ensemble, Oberon’s Fancy (with David Douglass), Cincinnati Baroque Chamber Soloists, Cleveland Museum of Art, Piccolo Spoleto Festival (Charleston, S.C.), Allegro: Baroque and Beyond, Northwest Bach Festival, Wake Forest University, Florida International University Fall Festival, Seraphic Fire, Miami Bach Society, Early Voices (Calgary, American Musicological Society, Society for Seventeenth-Century Music, Providence College, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Columbia House in New York City for Villa I tatti, Harvard University’s Center for Renaissance Studies in Florence, and the Center for Early Music Studies at Boston University.