Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Beethoven and Mendelssohn’s Scribbles for the Ages Enhance Juilliard Trove

"The Juilliard School has finished the construction of a secure archival storage space for its collection of valuable music manuscripts, and you have to hope that the designers left a little extra room in the shoulders and hips. For at a concert-lecture event celebrating its completion — and with it, the completion of the school’s three-year, $200 million renovation and expansion — at Alice Tully Hall on Tuesday evening, Juilliard is to announce the acquisition of two additional manuscripts, and there appear to be more to come."

For the full story, please see the New York Times.

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