|Enquiry Type||Telephone||Email Address|
General enquiries (loans, renewals etc.)
+44 (0)20 8305 3951
Special collections/ archives
|Contact Emma Greenwood (please note, part-time)|
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Jerwood Library of the Performing Arts
Tel: +44 (0)20 8305 4425
Claire studied music at Oxford University, then Librarianship at UCL. She came to Trinity Laban in 2003 from the British Library, where she worked as a music cataloguer. Other professional duties have included being Secretary to the Music Libraries Trust and Treasurer of the UK & Ireland branch of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres. She is currently Chair of the IAML (UK & Irl) Trade & Copyright Committee and represents IAML (UK & Irl) on the Libraries and Archives Copyright Alliance. A pianist and clarinettist from an early age, she now sings with the Holst Singers and has a somewhat unhealthy penchant for Victorian church music.
Librarian: Cataloguing and AV acquisitions
Tel: +44 (0)20 8305 4421
Helen studied music and French at Exeter University and librarianship at what is now the London Metropolitan University. She started her career as a cataloguer at the National Sound Archive, moved to run the county Music & Drama library service in Lincolnshire, then joined Trinity Laban in 2007. She was Hon. Secretary of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (UK & Irl) and chair of SoundLINCS (Lincolnshire's Music Development Agency). Currently she is minutes secretary for the Music Libraries Trust and Director of the (dormant) Lincoln Early Music Festival. She plays flute, recorder and a host of early music instruments.
Librarian (Part-time, Thu-Fri): Special collections and cataloguing
Tel: +44 (0)20 8305 4428
Emma studied at Oxford University and Trinity Laban before freelancing as a horn player for several years. She completed her librarianship qualifications at UCL in 2008 and has worked in both medical and music libraries. She is currently studying part-time for a PhD in the history department at Manchester University. She is happy to help with research enquiries on Thursdays and Fridays.
Librarian (Part-time, Mon-Wed): Enquiries and printed music acquisitions
Tel: +44 (0)20 8305 3950
Oliver composes music and plays the piano and violin. He studied music at Dartington College of Arts and librarianship at the University of Sheffield. His favourite composers include Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Handel, and Verdi. He also has a keen interest in musical theatre.
Librarian: Library systems, user education and marketing
Tel: +44 (0)20 8305 4422
Edith studied music at Southampton University where she played cello and bass guitar, followed by librarianship at City University (London). She is currently Secretary of the Music Libraries Trust. She joined Trinity Laban in 2007, having previously worked for the Royal College of Music and the London Library. Her favourite musicians include Satie, Borodin, Joby Talbot and Thomas Truax.
Senior Library Assistant (Part-time): Issue desk, inter-library loans and binding
Tel: +44 (0)20 8305 4429
Walter Cardew studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Goldsmiths College. He started working at Trinity Laban in 2000 having previously worked at Hammersmith and West London College, University of North London and Whipps Cross Hospital.
Library Assistant: Issue desk and stock processing
Tel: +44 (0)20 8305 4423
David is a cellist and currently plays with the Docklands Sinfonia. David particularly enjoys playing chamber music and was a member of the Bergonzi String quartet for six years which took him as far afield as India to perform. He has also enjoyed music courses and performances both in the UK and abroad with the Vacation Chamber Orchestra. David has previously worked at the Music Publishers Association and the Royal Academy of Music.
Library Assistant (Part-time): Issue desk and stock processing
Tel: +44 (0)20 8305 4429
James studied music at Goldsmiths College and then studied an MA in philosophy at UCL. He plays the classical guitar and piano but now concentrates most of all on his work as a composer. He loves all kinds of music from all over the world, new and old, but favourite composers include Bach, Satie, Cage, Feldman, Lou Harrison, Peter Garland and John Luther Adams. Before starting at the Jerwood Library, James worked in the libraries at UCL and Senate House.