Academic/Teaching

 

David Dolata has been the Program Coordinator for Music History Studies at the FIU Herbert and Nicole Wertheim School of Music & Performing Arts in Miami since 2004. During that period he has also directed the Collegium Musicum and has taught a variety of courses including the following undergraduate and graduate courses:

 

Undergraduate

MUH 3211 Music History Survey I

MUH 3212 Music History Survey II

MUH 3213 Music History Survey III

MUH 3912C  Basic Music Research and Bibliography

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Performance Practice

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Performance Styles

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Tunings and Temperaments

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Music in Shakespeare and Shakespeare in Music

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Music of the Medieval Era

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Music of the Renaissance

       MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Sacred Music History

MUS 4910 Senior Research

MUH 4993 Music in the Baroque Period

IDS 3336 Artistic Expression in a Global Society

Graduate

MUH 5219 Graduate Music History Survey

MUH 5685 Graduate Music History Review I

MUH 5686 Graduate Music History Review II

MUH 5687 Graduate Music History Review I

MUH 5993 Musical Style and Practice in the Baroque Era

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Performance Practice

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Performance Styles

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Tunings and Temperaments

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Music in Shakespeare and Shakespeare in Music

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Music of the Medieval Era

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Music of the Renaissance

       MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Sacred Music History

MUS 5711 Music Bibliography

MUS 5905 Directed Study

HIS 7980 Ph.D. Dissertation

Boston University College of Fine Arts, MH 629 A1 Early Music Studies—Early 17th-Century Italian Monody and its Origins: A Practical Guide for Performers. Mini-course co-taught with Gian Paolo Fagotto.

In 2022 Dr. Dolata won a College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts Teaching Award.