Library of Congress Music Division

Date: Aug. 13, 2014

Time: 1 p.m.

Maximum Number of Participants: 60

Pre-registration Required.

General Information:

Cait Miller | or Ray White |

To Register Contact:

Andrew Cassidy-Amstutz |

The Library of Congress is home to the largest music library in the world with its Music Division holding more than 21 million items in its collections. In the Performing Arts Reading Room, researchers come from all over the world to consult printed and manuscript scores, music-related literature, and archival collections related to music, theater and dance. Specialists from the Music Division will present an overview of these collections and address issues of acquisition, processing, and providing public access to archival materials.


Library of Congress
James Madison Building, LM-649 (Mumford Room)
101 Independence Ave, SE
Washington, DC 20540

No Parking Available.

Closest Metro and/or Metrobus: Capitol South (Blue/Orange/Silver Metro lines)

Security screening at the Madison Building entrance.

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