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Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments

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Caption: The Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
The Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscript Library
Photo:  Michael Marsland

The Irving S. Gilmore Music Library, Yale University
The Irving S. Gilmore Music Library, Yale University
Photo:  Michael Marsland

The Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments
The Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments

 

 

Meetings

36th Annual AMIS Meeting
Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments
New Haven, Connecticut
27 June – 1 July 2007

The Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments will host the 36th annual meeting of the American Musical Instrument Society this summer, from 27 June through 1 July 2007.

Yale Collection of Musical Instruments, Gallery of Keyboard Instruments
Gallery of Keyboard Instruments
Photo:  Joseph Szaszfai and Carl Kaufman

A shedule of events and registration information for the conference are published in the current Newsletter (PDF).

Please see the new revised schedule as of June 25. Click here.

For further information, contact: Program Co-chair Kathryn L. Libin, Vassar College Department of Music, Box 18, Poughkeepsie, NY 12604-0018; kalibin@vassar.edu. OR Program Co-chair and Local Arrangements Chair Susan E. Thompson, Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments, PO Box 208278, 15 Hillhouse Avenue, New Haven, CT 06520-8278; susan.thompson@yale.edu.

The Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments, one of the oldest collections of its kind in the United States, was established in 1900, when New Haven Symphony co-founder Morris Steinert presented the core of his extensive private collection to the University. One of four museums on campus, the Collection preserves, documents, exhibits, and interprets musical instruments as works of art and artifacts of music history. Its holdings of nearly 1000 instruments—including a collection of keyboard instruments unsurpassed in the world—are particularly strong in the area of European art music between 1550 and 1950. Housed in an 1894 Romanesque-revival building designed by William H. Allen, the Collection has presented an annual series of concerts since 1967 and contributes in many other ways to the Yale curriculum and to the cultural life of the University and to the larger community.

Please view http://www.yale.edu/musicalinstruments for further information about the Collection.

 

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