Join us for Concert I of the Early Music Festival, which features Monteverdi’s “II Combattimento di Tancredi E Clorinda” at 8 p.m. in Vera Lea Rinker Hall on April 7.
This performance is directed by Michael O’Connor and prepared by the Opera Workshop and Producing Director, Marilyn Mims. Performers include Victor Coelho, David Dolata, and Juvenal Correa-Salas of Il Furioso and Adriana Ruiz.
Tickets: $10 general admission; $5 students with ID; PBA students free.
Festival rate: $15 for both performances (Concert I and Concert II on April 8th) if purchased prior to Friday night’s concert.
Beginning in Fall 2017, keyboard player and conductor Juvenal Correa-Salas will take over FIU’s Collegium Musicum from David Dolata, who will turn his attention to teaching the graduate Bibliography course instead.
For further information about Collegium Musicum, contact Juvenal Correa-Salas at firstname.lastname@example.org. For permission numbers, registration information, or instrument check-outs, contact Dr. Dolata at email@example.com.
Tolgahan Çoğulu will present his award-winning instrument design microtonal guitar explaining its underlying concept and repertoire. The first prize winner in the 2014 Margaret Guthman Musical Instruments at Georgia Tech, Microtonal Guitar was accepted and funded as a scientific research project at the Istanbul Technical University Dr. Erol Uçer Center for Advanced Studies in Music. All the frets of the microtonal guitar are movable in the channels under each string. Besides, any number of frets can be inserted into or removed from the fretboard.
David Dolata will introduce the Encyclopedia of Tablature, scheduled to be released in 2017, containing 450+ essays on 40 types of tablature written by an international team of leading experts. After its release, the Encyclopedia will take its place as the only comprehensive reference source on tablature. The Encyclopedia is published under the auspices of the Centre d’Études Supérieures de la Renaissance/CNRS, the publisher of the famous series of books on French lute tablature, and Brepols in Belgium, and co-edited by Philippe Vendrix, John Griffiths, and David Dolata.
See http://migf.fiu.edu/lectures/ for more information
Collegium Musicum in Fall 2017 will include both Viol Class throughout the school year and/or participation in Collegium Musicum’s concert as a part of the FIU School of Music’s celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. We will need vocal soloists, strings, viol players, trumpets, oboes, and continuo (keyboard and cello).
To sign up for either Collegium Musicum or Viol Class, register for the following:
MUN 1471: freshmen and sophomores
MUH 3474: juniors and seniors
MUH 5477: graduate students
You may also sign up for 0 credit.
Contact Dr. Dolata for permissions.
Viol class usually takes place on Tuesdays from 3:30–5:00 in WPAC 157 though it is still too early to firmly establish the schedule. Rehearsals for the Reformation concert will take place either on Tuesday afternoons at 3:30–5:00 (at the same time as Viol Class) or Tuesday evenings at 5pm and/or on an ad hoc basis depending on the participants’ schedules. Many of the rehearsals will take place as a component of another ensemble’s rehearsal time, e.g., choir, orchestra, etc.
Please let Dr. Dolata know if you are interested as soon as you can and contact him with any questions.
Angel Marchese, tenor and David Dolata, lute at the Coral Gables Museum at FIU Magazine’s TotalBank Distinguished Speaker Series Spanish and Mediterranean Studies Program: Shakespeare and Cervantes Timeless Commentators on the Human Condition. Text by David Dolata with the assistance of Angel Marchese and Marcus Norris, written for FIU’s Frost Art Museum exhibition of Shakespeare’s First Folio.
Angel Marchese, David Dolata, Roberto Lopez-Trigo, Hanah Davenport, and Adriana Ruiz having fun backstage before their April 22 concert at the Coral Gables Museum at FIU Magazine’s TotalBank Distinguished Speaker Series Spanish and Mediterranean Studies Program: Shakespeare and Cervantes Timeless Commentators on the Human Condition.
David Dolata with BU countertenor Wee Kiat Chia.
The Venus and Adonis performances on Sunday Feb. 21 at 3 pm and Monday Feb. 22 at 7:30 pm will be live streamed at FIU School of Music Livestreaming. You can also return to that site at a later time to enjoy the performances after they are archived.