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Since its creation, the EIJM saved from oblivion tens of thousands of musical documents. To continue its goals,the EIJM needs your support.

The European Institute for Jewish Music develops the following fields :
- Collecting of family and institutional archives
- Digitization and setting online of the musical collections from the media library Henriette Halphen (80.000 audio files, 150.000 pages of music sheet, thousands of photographies, videos and other archives)
- Publishing of music scores and CD’s
- Lectures, conferences and music workshops aimed for a large audience
- Set up of concerts and live performances,

By clicking on the link below, you have the possibility of supporting our activities by securely donating to our institute by credit card via Paypal.

A full discharge receipt will be addressed to you upon its reception.



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