We Welcome Your Support
Rimon School of Music is a registered non-profit organization. Your support reaches our students by direct investment in their development and learning experience. Funds are allocated to:
- Scholarships based on academic merit
and financial need
- Musical instruments
- Curriculum and faculty development
- Facilities improvements
- Technology upgrades
- Student stipends for on-and off-campus work and service
Rimon School of Music supporters proudly see the impact of their gift through the shining output of our brilliant students; each selected to attend Rimon School of Music based on their demonstrated abilities and potential for personal and professional success.
In the coming fiscal year, we invite you to partner with us on many exciting projects!
Rimon School prides itself on providing the best possible professional environment to learn and create music. We seek ongoing capital support for infrastructure and facilities development. Your support helps us to improve and maintain our academic spaces and provide updated musical instruments, computer workstations, etc.
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Rimon School of Music awards scholarships based on academic merit, community service, and economic need; providing an educational foundation that positions our students and alumni for professional success acting as stewards of community betterment.
This program enhances music education in the school system while imparting the belief that music also changes the person positively, creates integration and dialogue, and helps students maximize their potential; particularly when music is introduced at a young age.
A central objective is to empower youth at risk. Endorsed by Israel’s Ministry of Education, Rimon School promotes professional and vocational training for music teachers and their students to help those students achieve academic success.
The ongoing partnership with area high schools involves a multi-stranded recruitment approach that
includes on-site workshops and master classes, direct recruitment, ensemble opportunities, and more.
We aim to increase the number and amount of scholarships we offer, to support these brilliant students as they continue their musical studies at Rimon.
The center will encompass a multidisciplinary music technology lab and enhance partnerships with other schools and entrepreneurs. The lab will cultivate innovation ecosystems by leveraging students’ diverse skills, cultural lenses, and perspectives In partnership with Berklee’s Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE), our vision is to develop Pomegranate Innovation Labs at both Rimon in Israel and Berklee (via BerkleeICE) in the United States.
This program will broaden our respective students’ entrepreneurial mindsets and career preparedness by creating environments that foster creativity, cross-discipline
In Tel Aviv, Rimon’s innovation lab will advance associations with leading universities, schools, and enterprises from Israel’s thriving startup community. Simultaneously, Berklee will seek to expound upon existing BerkleeICE partnerships with MIT Engineering, Harvard Law School, and Brown University.
The exchange will enable technological gateways and provide Rimon projects with access to international mentorship and expert consult while prospecting contacts among key strategic partners within the global music industry. The lab at Rimon will focus on concepts that are creating value in multifaceted music technology fields.
Programs led by Yaron Gottfried, Musical Director of Rimon’s Composition, Arranging, and Conducting major, which builds connection between up and coming Rimon student composers and a variety of orchestras, ensembles, and music performance organizations in Israel.
Further expansion of performance opportunities in Israel and abroad for student members of the highly-acclaimed Rimon Jazz Institute, including connection of the program to Jazz festivals, international Jazz workshops, master classes, and more
Development of performance and internship programs for vocalists, songwriters, and student music producers.