Amaury Veray Library

The Library of the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music was founded in 1959 and in 1995, it was named the Amaury Veray Library in memory of the Puerto Rican composer and faculty member, Professor Amaury Veray. Since the founding of the institution, the Amaury Veray Library has been an integral part of the music program.

With a diversity of technological resources and various collections and information services available to its users, the Amaury Veray Library serves the undergraduate and graduate programs, the Preparatory School and all programs of the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music, in addition to the general public. .

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The online catalog provides direct access to the Amaury Veray Library's resource collection.

Need help? Contact the Information Services Librarian:

Samuel Gonzalez
(787) 751-0160 ext. 256

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