Marcia Farabee

Marcia Farabee

Marcia Farabee has served as the National Symphony Orchestra's head librarian since 1986. She is a graduate of the Capital University Conservatory of Music in violin performance and music education. Prior to her library career, she taught strings for the Fairfax County (VA) public schools and played with the National Ballet, the Richmond Symphony, the NSO, and the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra. Her professional performance experience includes symphony, ballet, opera, and musical theater. She currently serves as President of MOLA (Major Orchestra Librarians' Association) and chair of the MOLA-Publisher Relations Committee. Marcia is married to a stage technician and has two adult daughters, one fabulous granddaughter, and three cats! She enjoys baking, gardening, sewing, and working with the Senior High youth at her church.

Articles by Marcia Farabee:

MOLA (Major Orchestra Librarians' Association) Conference Agenda, 2009
July 21, 2019

Copyright Issues
July 16, 2019

Your Librarian and Your Orchestra: Just How Do the Players Get the Music?
June 5, 2019

Discussion Panels with Marcia Farabee:

Librarians: In their own words
9/10/07 - 9/21/07