L'Aquila Conservatoire participates in the European Erasmus exchange programme for several years. In particular, the Department of Contemporary Music has invited until now about ten composers from various European countries to the "Comporre Oggi" meeting, in its six past editions. Furthermore, many of our composition students have taken part in the Erasmus programme, spending one semester of study or traineeship abroad.
In the future we intend to increase students and teachers mobility, but also to plan events that will involve the active participation of international students, composers and instrumentalists, in cooperation with our European institutions partner.
International students interested in enrolling in bachelor and master degrees or in spending an exchange semester in the frame of the Erasmus programme could find more information at this weblink..