2014 Conference

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Welcome to the website of the Major Orchestra Librarians' Association (MOLA). This site contains information, resources, and links for MOLA member librarians, as well as for other musicians, conductors, publishers, administrators, and the general public.


Founded in 1983, the Major Orchestra Librarians' Association comprises of over 270 performance organizations around  the world, represented by more than 450 librarians. The job of these performance librarians is to acquire, prepare, catalogue and maintain
the music for each institution. Through MOLA, librarians share information and resources to help them in their daily work.

MOLA's mission is to facilitate communication between professional performance librarians, educate and assist them in providing
service to their organizations, provide support and resources to the performing arts, and work with publishers  to achieve the highest standards in music performance materials.

Selected News
Mitch Leigh, ‘Man of La Mancha’ Composer, Dies at 86
37 days ago
 
Mr. Hayman died Wednesday (Feb. 5, 2014) in New York City, of natural causes. He was 93 and had recently entered hospice care.
76 days ago
 
Barring a massive funding infusion, Memphis Symphony Orchestra board members have approved a resolution to "wind-down" the organization's operations at the end of the season.
82 days ago
 
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MOLA Year at a Glance

  • Member organizations annually perform ca. 15,000 programs totaling over 40,000 concerts and performances.
  • They produce some 50,000 radio broadcasts and internet streams, 500 CD and internet recordings and hundreds of nationally and internationally televised performances.
  • They employ 22,000 musicians including 500 librarians
  • Every year member librarians proofread and prepare about 2 million pages of music – totaling over 1 billion notes!

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