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In the Peter Jay Sharp Library and the Evelyn Sharp Performance Library, you'll find superb collections, an inviting study environment, and friendly staff to help you.

The two libraries occupy an entire floor of Andersen Hall. To get to them, take the elevator in the 130 Claremont building to the third floor, then turn right.

The Evelyn Sharp Performance Library, located just outside the entrance of the Peter Jay Sharp Library, is where you’ll find performing materials for all of MSM’s larger ensembles, choruses, repertoire classes, and stage productions.

The Peter Jay Sharp Library is where you go for everything else: printed music, books, recordings, magazines, digital resources, a silent study room, the computer lab, and copy machines.

About the Peter Jay Sharp Library

About The Evelyn Sharp Performance Library

The Performance Library holdings include parts and scores for large ensemble works: orchestral, wind ensemble, brass ensemble, choral, jazz band, and complete operas.

Complete sets of materials may be borrowed by enrolled Manhattan School of Music students with the help of a faculty sponsor. The librarians also supply instrumental audition excerpts to enrolled students and alumni for school and professional auditions.

The Evelyn Sharp Performance Library has Orchestra part sets for over 1200 symphonic works and operas comprising almost every major orchestral work in the repertoire, and much more.

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