Chapter News

October 8–9, 2021 – Annual Meeting of AtMLA

This fall, we will join forces with the New England and Texas chapters for our meeting, online. The theme, joint program committee, and call for presentations will be announced by the end of July.  In the meantime, you can direct questions to the chapter chairs:
Rahni Kennedy, Chair, Texas Chapter of the Music Library Association, 
Memory Apata, Vice Chair/Chair-Elect, New England Chapter , 
Winston Barham, Chair, Atlantic Chapter, 

September 12, 2020 – Annual Meeting of AtMLA

The annual meeting of the Atlantic Chapter of the Music Library Association will be held on October 9, Eastern time, on the Zoom platform. A link to that meeting will be sent to those who pre-register.  Tentatively planned is an opening meet-and-greet, our annual business meeting, a series of discussion groups (in breakout rooms), and a social hour (BYO cocktails).  An e-mail announcing how to pre-register for the conference will be sent out in the next few weeks, so that we can send information on logging into the meeting.  Questions about the meeting can be sent to  See the Meetings page for more information.


Thom Pease, Winston Barham, and Beth Royall

September 4, 2020 – New Music Research Librarian at UVA!

AtMLA is pleased to welcome Amy Hunsaker to UVA and to our chapter! Amy began last month as our new Music and Performing Arts Librarian. Amy comes to us from the University of Nevada, Reno, where she worked most recently as the Fine & Performing Arts Librarian, and before that as the Digital Initiatives Librarian. Prior to her time in Reno, Amy held several library positions at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). Amy has master’s and doctoral degrees in Music from UNLV, and an MLS from the University of North Texas.  Amy’s primary research interest is in women art song composers and advocacy for women composers in the early 20th century. Amy is looking forward to attending our upcoming chapter meeting! Please say hello.

 August 4, 2020 – Application for fall 2020 video-conference technology now live!

The Atlantic Chapter of the Music Library Association received a chapter grant from the MLA Board to fund assistive technology to enhance members’ ability to attend virtual meetings. Please use this form to indicate your needs. The Executive Board will make the first round of awards on August 12. Delivery will depend on availability in the marketplace.  If you’re interested in applying, please do so using our Google Form.