Marlboro Music Archives

Since 1951, Marlboro has been the summer home for many of the world’s most eminent musicians and has been widely credited for its leadership role in chamber music worldwide.

The Marlboro Music archives contain a multitude of valuable resources, from vocal translations to historic chamber music recordings. This section of our website has been created to share them with the field.

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Participating Artists Since 1951

Generations of leading artists have found inspiration at Marlboro, with younger participants staying up to three summers.

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From the Archives

Our ongoing series of long-form blog posts delves into the lives of some of Marlboro's most influential participants.

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Concert History

This section offers a complete record of Marlboro performances from 1951, searchable by composer, artist or work.

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Tour History

Explore some 50 years of participants and repertoire of the Musicians from Marlboro touring program.

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Tour Participants

Search past participants of the Musicians from Marlboro touring program by name to learn more about their involvement.

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Vocal Translations

Access hundreds of English translations of German vocal texts by the late senior Marlboro violist and scholar, Philipp Naegele.

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Repertoire Search

Search for chamber music repertoire by limiting works by composer or instrumentation.

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Marlboro Archive at University of Pennsylvania

The permanent Marlboro Music archive at the University of Pennsylvania showcases Marlboro's influence on chamber music in America.

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