David Wilson


David Wilson has performed extensively with period instrument ensembles in the United States and Europe. An avid chamber musician, he has played with the Baroque Northwest and Magnificat, and he is a founding member of Florilegia, Galax Quartet, Aurora Baroque, and other ensembles. A co-founder of the Bloomington Early Music Festival, he also performs regularly at Boston Early Music Festival, Berkeley Early Music Festival, and San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival. He has taught baroque violin at Indiana University, where he earned a Doctor of Music degree in Early Music, and he holds degrees in violin from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.

His interests outside of music include cosmology, zymurgy, and science fiction (and he would love to discover a science fiction novel about a home brewing cosmologist). He is the author of Georg Muffat on Performance Practice, published by Indiana University Press. David also appears regularly with American Bach Soloists and The Albany Consort.