Becoming a patron

The European Institute for Jewish Music’s goal is the development and the deepening of studies and knowledge of the Jewish musical heritage of France. It is essential that everyone perceives this cultural patrimony as a common good.

The EIJM also aims to develop long lasting relations with different European musical networks.

Becoming a donor from 50 €

As such you benefit free access to the multimedia library, a free information booklet published quarterly, discounts on different activities organized by our Institute or its partners.

Become a benefactor from 1000 €

This status allows you to be exempt from the membership fee, to participate at the general assemblies where your voice could be heard, to benefit from free access to the multimedia library, a free information booklet published quarterly, discounts on different activities organized by our Institute or its partners.

Become an honorary member from 10,000 €

This status allows you to be exempt from the membership fee, to participate at the general assemblies where your voice could be heard, to benefit from free access to the multimedia library, a free information booklet published quarterly, discounts on different activities organized by our Institute or its partners. What’s more is that your name will figure in all new productions by the European Institute of Jewish Music, and of which you will receive a free copy.

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Being a partner of the European Institute of Jewish Music means:

  • Promoting the Jewish music of France
  • Contributing to the organization of high quality cultural events
  • Benefiting from tax benefits and other privileges

Patronage

This original form of patronage allows one to play a central role in the development and the influence of the Jewish musical patrimony, while valuing the very core of your profession and your know-how at the European Institute of Jewish Music (helping with industry, IT, etc … ).

  • Website
  • Renovation of the furniture in the multimedia library
  • Renewal of the IT stock in the multimedia library
  • Creation of a platform which could host multimedia resources and documents

Exposure

The support coming from different companies is often crucial for the success and the longevity of cultural projects. Being a patron of the European Institute of Jewish Music, your company shines its image and trademark and will benefit from a notable attention thanks to the presence of its name and logo on all our means of communication (our products, or our cultural activities).

Privileges

Patrons will benefit from priority access to different cultural events organized by the Institute.

Note: a donation to an association is different than membership. You can independently, from being a donor, act as a member of the association, and take part in its organization and actions.

Support a project

The European Institute of Jewish Music is a public association as per the law of July 1st 1901, and survives only thanks to donations and subsidies. In order to accomplish its missions, the European Institute for Jewish Music must modernize itself, enrich its collections and propose incessantly new cultural projects. In order to preserve the diversity of its activities, the EIJM needs your help for:

  • Cultural projects: contribute in the organization of our cultural programme.
  • Acquisitions: take part in the enlargement of our databases, enriching our permanent collections who are a witness of the diversity within the Jewish musical heritage, created by Jewish artists and communities throughout centuries in France and elsewhere.
  • Digitization and cataloging: The saying goes that protection is knowing before anything else. The identification, cataloging and digitization of our patrimonial archives are the basis of what our volunteers do. The digitization is employed as a method towards both preservation and diffusion. The European Institute of Jewish Music has made it from now on possible to make this patrimony available to a large audience.

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