The International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres encourages and promotes the activities of music libraries, archives and documentation centres to support and facilitate the realization of projects in music bibliography, music documentation and music library and information science at national and international levels.

IAML Congress 2020, Prague – Call for papers and posters

IAML Prague 2020 Congress logoThe International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML) is pleased to announce the call for papers and posters for the IAML Congress to be held at the Municipal Library of Prague and the National Library of the Czech Republic, Prague, 19-24 July 2020.

2019 IAML Germany Conference in Augsburg

Augsburg City HallThe 2019 conference of IAML Germany is taking place this week in Augsburg. Around 150 partipants from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland are gathering at the campus of the Universität Augsburg. The conference includes presentations about Augsburg‘s rich musical history and current topics in music librarianship, with reports from IAML Germany’s sections on education, public libraries, music schools, AV materials, and radio and orchestra libraries. Library visits, workshops, concerts, and a tour through an exhibit called “Mozart’s Fashion Worlds” round off the program.

RISM at the International Music Council's "70 Projects for 70 Years" Exhibition

IMC's 5 Music RightsThe International Music Council (IMC) will celebrate its 70th anniversary this year and will mark the occasion during the 6th World Forum of Music, which will take place from 27 September to 1 October 2019 in Paris. At the center of the Forum is the IMC's 5 Music Rights statement that "advocates access to music for all."  The IMC will feature an exhibition called "70 Projects for 70 Years" that highlights efforts made by IMC members to implement the 5 Music Rights.

IAML Kraków Congress Diary #6: RISM in Kraków

Wawel Castle, KrakówDass der IAML Kongress diesmal in Krakov statt fand, war für mich eine besondere Freude. Vor mehr als 40 Jahren war ich schon einmal hier, erinnerte mich aber nur noch an das historisches Stadtzentrum, das damals noch weit von einem Touristenmagnet entfernt war. Das Auditorium Maximum erwies sich als geeigneter Ort für einen Kongress und nicht zuletzt die engagierte Hilfe der KollegInnen vor Ort machten es den Vortragenden leicht. Die RISM Sitzungen waren so erfolgreich. In vielen anderen Sitzungen waren Quellen und deren Erschließung ein Thema, was sehr lehrreich war.

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