The Instrument Foundation assists young, Estonian musicians in using precious, internationally recognised string instruments.Read more
The Instrument Foundation assists talented musicians’ international careers by giving them highly valued instruments made by prominent masters to use.Read more
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.Read more
A new generation of high level musicians has grown up in Estonia. The musicians’ aims can be supported by every music friend.Read more
The centuries old string instruments of the Estonian Foundation of Musical Instruments were used in a concert at the Town Hall
The oldest instrument used for the concert was a violin made by the Italian master Giovanni Paola Maggini approximately in the year 1610, which currently belongs to the Sapožnin family. The instrument is currently used by Hans Christian Aavik who is studying at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.
Investing in the instrument foundation is a socially responsible investment that promotes Estonian culture and musical life as well as provides support to outstanding young musicians. I am very honoured to be a participant in establishing the foundation and making my contribution to it.
The Foundation provides the future for our music. The Foundation is the future of our performers, orchestras and composers. Instruments obtained with the help of the Foundation enhance our cultural story.