Welcome to the second part of my “top ten” list of ways I use the library. I hope you were inspired to explore the stacks since part one was published. This second part features many online resources – and there might be a bonus at the end!
Give a man a book and he’ll read for a day. Teach a man to use the library, and he’ll read for the rest of his life!
As a Student Library Assistant, I spend enough time in the Music Library to consider it a home of… read more
Spring is (almost) upon us and with it comes a substantial update to the Music Library’s Guide to BIPOC Musicians and Related Literature! The guide was… read more
Starting January 9, 2023, you can request materials for pickup at the Music Library from our off-site shelving facility Downsview, as well as Robarts, Mississauga, and Scarborough.
A few words of wisdom about timing and priorities:
I… read more
Looking for a recording of that concert you performed in at the Faculty of Music last term? Look no further! The Music Library archives recordings and programs of concerts and other events by faculty members, student ensembles, and guest artists at the… read more
Have you been in a situation where a piece you would like to perform is only available as a rental? It may take a few extra steps to get the music, but the music can be ordered and delivered to you.
Music that is still under copyright may be… read more
In September 2021, the Performance Collection is celebrating its 30th anniversary. You can read more about its history in Karen's article "… read more
The Music Library is re-opening on Tuesday, September 7th and we are SO excited to welcome you back to our space! We continue to follow public health guidelines in order to keep staff and students safe and healthy. As we move through the semester, we… read more
A Call to Action: The University of Toronto Music Library’s Response to Support BIPOC Music Studies and Anti-Racist Programming
In June of 2020, alumni from the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music submitted a Call to Action to the Faculty, asking it to address systematic oppression, racism, and coloniality within the Faculty’s programming and pedagogical practices. Fuelled… read more