Daniel Swenberg plays a wide variety of lutes and guitars: baroque, renaissance, classical/romantic, small, medium, and large. Chief among these is the theorbo – the long lute that you are either wondering about or overhearing your neighbor discuss. He plays with myriad groups, mostly in the EZ-Pass territories, California, and Toronto. His programs range from Weiss to Vice – an obsession with Mandeville and 18th-century economics (with Mr. Jones & the Engines of Destruction) or the burlesque world of Bellman (with Skid Rococo). This year marked his Broadway debut, with Mark Rylance in Farinelli and the King. He teaches plucked instruments at the University of North Texas and The Juilliard School.