Established in 2001, McKay Music Library serves the students, faculty, and community of the University of Utah.The Library is named for Emma Ray Riggs McKay (1877-1970), a music student and graduate of The University of Utah. The Library is a component of the School of Music situated in Gardner Hall.
McKay provides patrons with digital and analog listening stations and over 30,000 recordings; 20 iMac computer stations outfitted with Sibelius, Finale, ProTools, Garage Band, Rosetta Stone, and other software; and circulating scores, books, and music periodicals.
A technology lab offers students Digi-Design Mboxes for advanced digital and analog connectivity along with ProTools LE, Apple Logic Pro, Amadeus Pro, Cycling '74 Jitter, and Sibelius. Students may independently create, mix, edit, and record electronic and computer music or enroll in music technology courses taught in the lab.
Listening stations, private study carrels, the Quinney Reading Area, the Maurice Abravanel Studio, and open study tables allow students to work, read, and listen to music individually or in groups.
Search for materials at the McKay Music Library and Marriott Library.
Questions and comments about McKay Music Library should be directed to:
McKay Music Library
1375 East Presidents Circle
David Gardner Hall (DGH)
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Monday - Thursday
8am to 9pm
8am to 5pm
11am to 4pm
April Greenan in The Maurice Abravanel Studio with
McKay Music Library's most beloved patron,
Laurence Kim Peek, "The Rain Man"
(November 11, 1951 - December 19, 2009)