Library Spaces Open Spring Semester (January 3, 2022 -- May 21, 2022)

The Library main Reading Room, Reference Room, and Stack Areas are open from Monday, January 3, 2022. Current hours (beginning January 3, 2022) are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm and Saturdays (beginning January 22, 2022), 9:00am to 6:00pm. Regular and Sunday hours will begin later in 2022. Holiday hours will be posted. Access to the space is limited to those community members who have already been authorized for access to the Diamond building, and who comply with the Community Pledge, including mask wearing and adherence to social distancing requirements. Physical media materials (sound or video recordings on CD, DVD, Blu Ray discs, etc.) are available on request at the circulation desk.
Note: The Library will be open from Monday, January 3, 2022. Monday through Friday hours will be 9:00am--5:00pm until further notice. The Library will be open Saturdays beginning January 22, 2022 from 9:00am--6:00pm. Sunday and extended regular hours will begin later in 2022. The Library is closed Monday, January 17, 2022 for Martin Luther King Day. Juilcat Plus and JMedia will continue to be available to current Juilliard Community members.
For the Juilliard community, JUILCAT, JUILCAT Plus, JMedia, and The Juilliard Manuscript Collection are available at all times. Most of our Juilcat Plus remote databases provide unlimited access to members of the Juilliard community, and they are all available for your use when off campus. Our growing collection of E-books includes titles from Ebscohost eBooks, JSTOR books and ProQuest Ebook Central, as well as subscription access to Cambridge Companions to Music, Oxford Handbooks Online, Drama Online, the Alexander Street Press Drama Texts Collection and The New Play Exchange. In addition, there are several E-score resources available, such as the the Music Online: Classical Scores Library, Library Music Source, A-R Editions Online Music Anthology, Recent Researches in Music Online (RRIMO), Henle Library (for iPad), and Newzik (Carl Fischer/Theodore Presser). There are also useful guides to free performing arts resources.
The Library is not open to Alumni or outside visitors at this time.
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