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International Piano Archives at Maryland

Handwritten piano score

The International Piano Archives at Maryland (IPAM) is a unique resource for the study, appreciation, and preservation of the classical piano repertoire and its performance. IPAM's collections comprise the world's most extensive concentration of piano recordings, books, scores, programs and related materials, including the archival papers of many great keyboard artists.

Collection strengths

  • Recordings
  • Scores
  • Archives of pianists

8115 Alumni Dr, College Park, MD 20740
301-405-9224 | Contact IPAM
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Week of Sunday, February 25

Sunday, February 25 Closed
Monday, February 26 10am-3pm, Appointment Recommended
Tuesday, February 27 10am-3pm, Appointment Recommended
Wednesday, February 28 10am-3pm, Appointment Recommended
Thursday, February 29 10am-3pm, Appointment Recommended
Friday, March 1 By Appointment Only
Saturday, March 2 Closed

Exhibitions

Visit our galleries in the Hornbake and Michelle Smith Performing Arts Libraries for current exhibitions and explore digital exhibitions online. 

Piano Traditions Through Their Genealogy Trees

 

Donations

Support Special Collections and University Archives by contributing to one of our unique gift funds or by donating material. 

Wants List

 

Research Guides

Access

This material is non-circulating and only accessible in the IPAM Workroom in the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library.

Contact

Portrait of Donald Manildi

Donald Manildi

IPAM Curator (Librarian II)
Portrait of Maxwell Brown

Maxwell Brown

Manager, IPAM
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