Practical information

Operating hours : The European Institute of Jewish Music is open from Monday to Thursday, from 10 am to 1 pm, and from 2 to 5 pm with prior appointment. The number of listening posts being limited, we highly recommend to book beforehands either by phone (01 45 82 20 52) or through email (

Conditions for access to the media library : first visit is free of charge, the following visits cost 10 euros (5 for students, the unemployed and members of the institution and our partners)

Conditions of consultation : Access to the whole archive for the purpose of consultation is possible in the library.

Loan and borrowing conditions : Lending is uniquely destined to research projects and for the documentation and curation of the archives.

Address : European Institute of Jewish Music - 29 rue Marcel Duchamps (access from 42 rue Nationale) - 75013 Paris
Phone number : 01 45 82 20 52

Closest public transportation : by metro Porte d’Ivry (on line 7 and line 3 of the Tramway), Olympiades (line 14), Nationale (line 6). by bus: lines 62, 64 and 83

Email address :

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