Peabody’s head librarian Kathleen DeLaurenti will be speaking at the Library Leaders Forum on Wednesday, October 13 at 1:00 pm EDT in a session discussing the challenges of the ebook marketplace, and their concerns about the future of library collections as content moves digital.
The Friedheim Library has recently digitized the audio recordings of three 1984 concerts featuring works by Black composers. The three-day National Black Music Theater Symposium was held at Peabody in February 1984 as a co-production of the Peabody Institute and Morgan State University. The Peabody Chamber Orchestra and the Choral Ensemble of Morgan State presented […]
Gift of archival materials, scholarship and faculty funding honors the memory of Rosa Ponselle by Christine Stutz After a painstaking process of cataloguing and restoration, a treasure trove of more than 1,400 items belonging to Metropolitan Opera star Rosa Ponselle is now available for public viewing — both digitally and in permanent physical displays — […]
Peabody’s head librarian Kathleen DeLaurenti will be a featured presenter at the Music Library Association TechCamp in Portland, Ore., on Wednesday, January 31. She will be discussing fair use on digital projects in a workshop setting, and she will present with Tammy Ravas in a live streamed presentation about the new resources in fair use. […]