Two-time Juno-award nominee (Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences), Colombian lutenist and guitarist Daniel Zuluaga has been praised for his “rhythmic vitality and fine sense of color” (Washington Post), and for his “great inventiveness” as an accompanist (San Francisco Classical Voice). Based in Montreal, he performs regularly with leading orchestras in Canada and the US, including Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Les Violons du Roy, L’Harmonie des Saisons, San Diego Bach Collegium, Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, and Ensemble Caprice. An avid researcher, Dr. Zuluaga has published articles on the early history of the guitar, and has won several awards for musicological studies, including a Fulbright Fellowship. Dr. Zuluaga is visiting faculty at the Universidad Central in Bogotá, Colombia, and holds a PhD in musicology from the University of Southern California (2014). He is currently preparing a Baroque guitar recording on the music of Henry François de Gallot.