The Instrument Foundation assists young, Estonian musicians in using precious, internationally recognised string instruments.

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The Instrument Foundation assists talented musicians’ international careers by giving them highly valued instruments made by prominent masters to use.

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The number of high valued string instruments is limited in the world and their value increases daily. The Instrument Foundation offers an opportunity to invest in instruments.

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A new generation of high level musicians has grown up in Estonia. The musicians’ aims can be supported by every music friend.

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Latest news:

Investing in Rare Stringed Instruments with a Group of Investors. Where to Start?

The Estonian Foundation of Musical Instruments (Eesti Pillifond) and TRINITI Law Firm have partnered to offer innovative solutions for investing in rare stringed instruments in the private sector. In addition to individual investing, there are now opportunities for consortium investing, such as jointly acquiring rare stringed instruments with a group of friends, work colleagues, or a society. Investing in a fine instrument with significant musical value not only fosters the development of promising local talent but also presents a fixed-return investment opportunity.

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I am sincerely privileged to recognise and thank the founders of the Estonian Musical Instrument Foundation and encourage all music friends with social responsibility to support the foundation.

Indrek Saar
Minister of Culture
April 2015–April 2019

Our instruments

We are among the founders of the Foundation to establish a perfect example of cooperation between sectors. The Foundation has extensive monetary requirements which is a match with our main activities.

Robert Kitt
CEO, Swedbank Estonia
January 2015–June 2019