These institutes are part of the Italian university system in the sector of Higher Education in Arts and Music, and provide a professional training at university level. These institutions offer Bachelor and Master degree programmes.
CONSERVATORIO DI MUSICA “GIUSEPPE VERDI” MILANO
The Conservatorio di Musica “Giuseppe Verdi”, founded 1808, is one of the most important italian music institutes. It is Italy’s largest university of music. Thanks to its outstanding standards of education it is reckoned as one of the most prestigious music institutions in Europe.
CONSERVATORIO DI MUSICA “LUIGI CHERUBINI” FIRENZE
Florence, the cradle of melodrama and city of art par excellence, has hosted music schools from at least the fourteenth century, the period of the flowering of the Ars Nova. The Conservatorio can trace its history back to 1860. It offers programs in music, literature and art. A wide range of international projects and courses make Luigi Cherubini Music Conservatory one of the most prestigious institutions in Italy. Linguaviva has a partnership agreement for Chinese students of Marco Polo and Turandot Project.
CONSERVATORIO DI MUSICA “LUCA MARENZIO” BRESCIA
The Luca Marenzio Conservatory is rated as one of the top in the Nation, due to its rich and varied curricula, and its outstanding faculty. It continues to develop a relationship with the City’s most prestigious musical and cultural organizations.
Linguaviva has a partnership agreement for Chinese students of Turandot Project.
CONSERVATORIO DI MUSICA “LUCIO CAMPIANI” MANTOVA
The Music Conservatory of Mantova provides specialized formation in music, aimed to train
artistic, cultural and personal development of its students from a professional point of view. The training plan is articulated not only in performing activities, but also in areas related to the history of music, musical analysis, information technology, foreign language, literature. Linguaviva has a partnership agreement for Chinese students of Turandot Project.
CONSERVATORIO DI MUSICA “BENEDETTO MARCELLO” VENEZIA
The conservatory was established in 1876 and is housed in the prestigious Palazzo Pisani- built between 1614 and 1615. Prestigious alumni were the composer Luigi Nono and the conductor Giuseppe Sinopoli. The conservatory offers courses a wide range of courses and it is well known for the excellence of its rigorous teaching approach. Linguaviva has a partnership agreement for Chinese students of Turandot Project.