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How we function

The goal of the association Cambristi Lemani is to promote chamber music in the cross-border Lemanic region and adjacent regions. The association, which has its seat in Geneva, develops the following activities:
1. We keep up-to-date the directory of the "Cambristi Lemani", chamber musiciens who are member of our association
2. Organisation of musical meetings
3. Maintenance of the Cambristi-Lemani website
Our association has as its members persons whom play chamber music themselves and music-lovers who wish to support the association, remain informed of its activities and participate as auditors. Information asked in the subscription form remains confidential, except for the indications used in the directory of "Cambristi Lemani". The directory is available uniquely to members and for the purpose of playing chamber music. It can not be published elsewhere; we don't distribute the list of email addresses, such as to avoid any abuse. We accept also members living outside the Lemanic region.
To appear in the directory new members are asked to pay a subscription (CHF 20) which is to be renewed once a year.

Our musical meetings 
Our musical meetings provide the possibility for "Cambristi Lemani" to present a piece of music in a convivial ambiance. Participation to these meetings is free of charge.

Our web-site
The site summarizes useful information for the "Cambristi Lemani" and for those whom wish to become member of the association.

Our organisation
The "Cambristi Lemani" are organized in the form of a non-profit association under Swiss civil law. The activities of the association are managed by a committee of volunteers with a 2 year mandate, which can be renewed two times. The financing comes from the yearly subscriptions, donations and occasional subsidies. Expenses include the running budget, rental of space and other expenses for the musical gatherings.

Download the statutes (in French, pdf)

Moritz von Schwind  (1804–1871). An Evening at Baron von Spaun's, 1868. Art Resource, NY