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Music Library Reopens in Haslam Music Center

The George F. DeVine Music Library reopens tomorrow (Wednesday, August 21) in the new Natalie L. Haslam Music Center.

The Music Library’s holdings include books, scores, and audio and visual materials representing nearly every aspect and genre of music. The library is open to all UT students, staff, and faculty as well as to members of the local community and researchers around the world. The Music Library website — — provides 24/7 access to articles, databases, catalogs, and streaming music and video.

The Natalie L. Haslam Music Center is the new home of the university’s School of Music. In addition to the Music Library, it houses a new recital hall, band room and office suite, computer labs, a recording studio, 40 performance studios/offices and a variety of technology-enhanced practice and rehearsal rooms.

For high quality music collections, information and research assistance, visit the new Music Library in G04 Haslam Music Center. Or chat online with a librarian at
During Fall and Spring Semesters, the library is open:
8 – 10, Monday – Thursday
8 – 5, Friday
(Closed Saturday)
2 – 10, Sunday

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