The Jerwood Library of the Performing Arts is one of the jewels in Trinity Laban's crown
The library supports Trinity Laban’s mission to bring together performers and practitioners to train, collaborate, research and perform in inspiring creative, intellectual and physical spaces. Our core objective is to provide the music information, resources, and materials that students and staff require.
We are also a research library with collections of international significance - including rare and in some cases unique items - all of which are available for study and research. Most of these collections include material that could be used as the basis of a dissertation or thesis, or for researching unusual repertoire.
IAML (UK & Irl) Excellence Award for Music Libraries recipient (2014 and 2010).
Search the Jerwood Library catalogue to find physical items in the library, including books, sheet music, and recordings.
Quick links for students and staff (TL IT login required)
- Use our online research tool QuickSearch to find online recordings and research.
- Check your library account and renew your items on the Jerwood Library catalogue.
- The Jerwood Library Information page on Moodle contains further information about the library and guides to research and using the library's resources.
- Like the Jerwood Library on Facebook
- Follow the Jerwood Library on Twitter
- Read the Jerwood Library blog
The Jerwood Library's opening hours are as follows:
|TERM-TIME OPENING HOURS|
Monday to Thursday
09.00h - 19.00h
09.00h - 17.00h
10.00h - 15.00h
Sundays and Bank Holidays
|TYPICAL HOLIDAY OPENING HOURS|
Monday to Friday
11.00h - 13.00h, 15.00h - 17.00h
Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays
- 75 study spaces
- 35 PCs including several modified for users with visual impairment and/or dyslexia
- All PCs have a suite of software including Microsoft Office, Sibelius, Auralia, and Musition
- 8 audio-visual stations for use of CDs, DVDs, videos, LPs, cassettes, Minidiscs, DAT, etc.
- 3 library catalogue terminals (online access is also available)
- A Clavinova for playing through scores
- Self-service photocopying, printing, and binding
- Training and assistance in using library resources and software
- Student email and file storage
The Jerwood Library is located on the second floor of the East Wing of King Charles Court (the Music Faculty building). Step-free access is available throughout the East Wing. For directions to King Charles Court please see the Find Us section of the website.