Books and Music Fair

The IAML 2016 Fair of books, music, software and projects will take place at the AuditoriumArte, one of the common areas of the Auditorium complex, with direct access from the pedestrian area at the entrance of the Auditorium. This means it will have a large impact at the conference and to the main public, as the Auditorium’s common areas will be open to everyone and AuditoriumArte is conveniently located along the path which gives access to the entire complex, near to the bookshop and the refreshment area. Discounted prices are reserved to congress attendees. See the map of the Auditorium for exact location.

Free Entrance The fair will be open to the general public for the entire duration of the congress, from Monday 4 to Friday 8 July.

Opening Hours
Monday 4 July, Tuesday 5 July and Thursday 7 July: 8.30 – 18.30
Wednesday 6 July and Friday 8 July: 8.30 – 14.00

List of exhibitors
Academic Rights Press, London (UK)
Alexander Street, Reading (UK)
Ars Antiqva ediciones, Madrid (Spain)
EBSCO Information Services, Ipswich, MA (USA)
Berliner Phil Media GmbH, Berlin (Germany)
Hal Leonard MGB Srl, San Giuliano Milanese, MI (Italy)
Otto Harrassowitz GmbH & Co. KG, Wiesbaden (Germany)
ICCU – Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico delle Biblioteche Italiane e per le informazioni Bibliografiche,
Roma (Italy)
Istituto Italiano per la Storia della Musica – Fondazione, Roma (Italy)
Istituto Storico Germanico / Deutsches Historisches Institut in Rom – Musikgeschichte Abteilung, Roma (Italy)
MUSEEC, Paris (France)
RILM – Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale, New York (USA)
RIPM – Répertoire International de la Presse Musicale, Baltimore MD (USA)
RISM – Répertoire International des Sources Musicales, Franfurt am Main (Germany)
Società Editrice di Musicologia, Roma (Italy)
Universal Music Publishing, London (UK) with Hal Leonard MGB
Ut Orpheus Edizioni, Bologna (Italy)


This is an opportunity for music publishers and others to showcase their goods and services through meeting and selling to more than 300 music librarians and professionists who have responsibilities for administering budgets, recommending furniture and equipment purchases, and selecting materials (books, scores, A/V materials, journals and more, in both print and digital forms) for all kind of music institutions (including national, conservatoire, academic, public, broadcasting institutions and universities) around the world.

See the two downloadable PDF files for the complete and detailed offer about desk or stand in the exhibition, advertising, promotion opportunity and flyer distribution and for the images of the location, desks and stands structure.
See also Sponsorships page for more options and the map of the Auditorium for the location of the rooms, the foyers and the common areas.

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