The course is intended to help students extend their knowledge of the repertoire of their instrument, thus giving them a solid basis on which to build a professional career, as teachers or performers.
The annual study pathway includes the study of repertoire for:
- solo performance
- chamber music
- orchestra performance
Students have the right to two lessons per month, with their teacher and the collaborative pianist Giorgia Delorenzi, from October to May (or June depending on the calendar needs) for a total number of 16 lessons. The teacher and the student will together decide on the repertoire for the course, the student’s participation in competitions and concerts, and the scheduling of their Accademia exams.
Nothing can replace the personal rapport between teacher and student, but if the restrictions put in place by national and regional governments to contain the Covid 19 pandemic make it impossible for the Accademia to hold the one-year advanced music courses lessons as normal, the academic year 2021/22 will be held online with an innovative platform, enjoying a much higher sound quality than common videoconference platforms.
To apply for admission candidates must be no older than 30, in possession of a Conservatorio Diploma (old system), a Level 1 or Level 2 degree or equivalent qualification from a country other than Italy. The commission reserves the right to accept any student who shows exceptional talent, even though they do not meet the above-mentioned requirements.
Applications for the Academic Year 2021/2022 must reach our offices by 24 May 2021.
The admission exams will take place in presence on 9th June 2021.
If the pandemic evolution and the future rules make impossible for the Accademia to hold the exams in presence, the selections will take place by sending a video containing the required programme.
FOR STUDENTS RESIDENT OUTSIDE ITALY
Students resident outside Italy, who want to make the entrance exam to the courses of the Accademia, can choose to make the exam in presence or sending a performance video; in this last case the video must be sent together with the application form.
The entrance exam will consist of the performance of a programme that includes:
- A composition by J. S. Bach
- A Classical Sonata or Concerto
- a Romantic or Modern piece
On the enrolment form students must give the names of at least two teachers in order of preference.
At the end of the course (minimum 2 years) each student will take an exam to assess whether they can be awarded a Diploma or Master’s Diploma. Students who achieve a Master’s Diploma are then eligible to apply for a scholarship for the following academic year.
Enrolment fee: € 95.00
Tuition fees: € 1,550.00
COVID-19 DISCOUNT on annual tuition fee:
- Discount of € 150 for students of 2020/21 one-year courses
- Discount of € 100 for new students.
Payments of enrolment and tuition fees must be made by bank transfer on the following bank account details:
Bank: INTESA SAN PAOLO
Account held to: ACCADEMIA DI MUSICA ONLUS
address: PIAZZA SAN DONATO 37 – PINEROLO
For students concurrently enrolled in the course of orchestra training at the Accademia di Musica di Pinerolo, enrolment is free and there is a discount of € 100.00 on the annual tuition fees.