Exhibit Hall

We invite you to visit with representatives of the many organizations that will be exhibiting in our Exhibit Hall.
Exhibit Hall Map

Since 1946, the American Institute of Musicology has published critical editions of the most significant composers, collections, and treatises and books on early music, compiling a catalog of more than 14,000 works in 800 publications.

BOOTH: 203

The American Musicological Society exists to expand understanding of music and sound through research, teaching, learning, and advocacy.

BOOTH: 308

A-R Editions publishes critical editions of music (Recent Researches in Music, A-R Special Publications, and Greenway Music Press) and other books on music (Computer Music and Digital Audio series and Music Library Association titles).

BOOTH: 102, 103

A-R Music Anthology (ARMA) is an extensive collection of music and articles designed expressly for music history and theory courses.

BOOTH: 101

Artusi is a revolutionary platform to help teach music theory and aural skills.

BOOTH: 401

Auralia & Musition provide robust ear training and theory units for Theory & Aural I – IV courses. With thousands of questions drawing from the literature, students can practice within a real, musical context.

BOOTH: 303

Bärenreiter is the publisher of numerous Complete Editions, the encyclopaedia MGG and many other scholarly-critical editions. The BÄRENREITER URTEXT seal stands for a meticulous assessment of all available sources whilst meeting the needs of performers.

BOOTH: 304

Boydell & Brewer and partner the University of Rochester Press are leading publishers of books on classical music. Our broad list of musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and trade titles encompass all periods and genres.

BOOTH: 204, 205

Cambridge University Press is a not-for-profit publisher that dates from 1534. Our mission is to unlock people’s potential with the best learning and research solutions.

BOOTH: 104

Clemson University Press publishes in music, modernist literature, African American literature, Irish studies, Beat studies, and 18th and 19th-century studies.

BOOTH: 105

Connect For Education connects technology and education for inspired learning. Our music titles will engage your students and simplify course management for your online, hybrid, or face-to-face course(s).

BOOTH: 302

Early Music America’s mission is to develop, strengthen, and celebrate early music in the Americas by supporting the people and organizations that perform, study, and find joy in it.

BOOTH: 406

Exhibitor Information Table

BOOTH: 109

At Indiana University Press, we publish books that make a difference—for readers today and for generations to come. Founded in 1950, we are recognized internationally as a leading academic publisher in humanities and social sciences.

BOOTH: 301

ISD is the distributor of scholarly and specialist books from Brepols/Harvey Miller, Peeters, Harrassowitz, Equinox Publishing, Kahn & Averill and others. 

BOOTH: 402, 403

medici.tv is the leading video streaming service in classical music, opera, dance, and jazz.

BOOTH: 306

Oxford University Press publishes some of the most respected books and journals in the world. Visit our booth or online at www.oup.com for more information.

BOOTH: 506, 507

The Packard Humanities Institute publishes Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: The Complete Works and Mozart Operas in Facsimile, and is launching a new critical edition, Johann Christian Bach: The Operas.

BOOTH: 501

Palgrave Macmillan publishes scholarly and trade books in all areas of music, sound, & audio media studies. Contact Editor Robin James to schedule a meeting to speak about your book idea.

BOOTH: 206

Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM) documents the world’s knowledge about all musical traditions through advanced digital technologies; it comprehensively and accurately represents music scholarship in all countries and languages, across all disciplinary and cultural boundaries.

BOOTH: 504

Répertoire International de la Presse Musicale (RIPM) preserves and provides access to eighteenth-, nineteenth- and twentieth-century periodical literature dealing with music and facilitates and encourages research based on this documentary resource.

BOOTH: 505

Routledge is a global publisher of academic books, journals and online resources in the humanities and social sciences. Our active publishing program in music encompasses groundbreaking textbooks, peer-reviewed research, and professional resources.

BOOTH: 106

The Society for Music Theory (SMT) promotes the development of and engagement with music theory as a scholarly and pedagogical discipline.

BOOTH: 408

SUNY Press is building a new list of books on music, including textbooks, scholarly monographs, and trade titles. Series include introductions to popular musical styles and textbooks on music history and theory.

BOOTH: 407

The Scholar’s Choice markets books on behalf of university & academic publishers and attend 80-100 conferences a year, bringing the latest in scholarship by presses who choose not to exhibit on their own.

BOOTH: 508

University of California Press is one of the most forward-thinking scholarly publishers, committed to influencing public discourse and challenging the status quo.

BOOTH: 405

The University of Chicago Press is one of the oldest and largest university presses in the United States and a distinguished publisher of trade and scholarly books and journals. Refining minds since 1891!

BOOTH: 202

Established in 1918, the University of Illinois Press publishes eighty new books annually and forty-three journal titles in the humanities and social sciences, including multiple music journals and book series.

BOOTH: 207

A proud supporter of AMS, University of Michigan Press is an award-winning publisher of books and integral part of Michigan Publishing—the hub of scholarly publishing as part of its dynamic and innovative University Library.

BOOTH: 404

Music at W. W. Norton & Company is a proud tradition stretching from 1924 to the present. With respected authors, a mix of classic and innovative titles, and technology that works, we continue to lead the way.

BOOTH: 502, 503

Since 2008, Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy has demanded equity for women composers and celebrated the legacy of The Women’s Philharmonic (1980-2004). We publish music (mostly orchestral) by women (mostly historic). We are always looking for bloggers!

BOOTH: 305