ECTS Information Pack

Ects Institutional Co-ordinator

 

Roberto Bongiovanni

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Main University Regulations

Lessons and exams scheduling

The timetable of particular or group lessons can be decided directly with the teaching staff.

Each Academic Year finishes with the three exam sessions:
Summer session: June-July
Autumn session: September-October
Winter session: February.
The calendar of each session will be posted at the noticeboard generally 15 days before.

Access to the Institution documents
All citizens have the right to consult the Institutions' documents, on a justified request.
The cost of the eventual photocopies will be paid by the applicant.

The student affairs office is open to the public on the followings days and hours:

Monday 10-12
Tuesday 10-12
Wednesday 10-12
Thursday 10-12
Friday 10-12
Saturday 10-12

Issue of certificates

Entry and frequency certificates will be issued in three working days from the request and the documents with grades and valutations in five working days.

Time table of the personnal department 
The time-table of the personnel department is posted on the Institute noticeboard in the Administrative management office.
The teaching staffs' timetable with the annual didactic programmes and room numbers is consulted at the Didactic Secretary.

P.O.F.
Formative offer project
The annual programmes are posted on the Institute notice-board

Programmes
The Course Programmes of the Institute can be consultated at the Didactic Secretary or on the Institute Website.

Library
The Library “Palmiero Giannetti” is opened to the public from Monday to Friday from 10,30h to 13.30h and from 16.00h to 18.00h.

Internet
To use the internet all the students must contact the coordinator of the Department of “New technologies and music languages”

Directors' office hours
M° Vittorio Magrini will recieve students:
Thursday from 10.00h to 13.00h and from 15.00h to 17.00h.
To make an appointment the students should speak with the secretary.

The Director of the Conservatory 
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No smoking
In the Institute smoking is not allowed.

Complaints
For eventual complaints, please send a fax or an e mail to the Administrative manager Dr. Paola Parente 
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Fax 0039.0874.411377
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In 15 days the Head of Institute will provide you with an answer. 

List of offered programme degrees

Three year courses ( First Level Academic Diploma)

  • Piano

  • Vocal chamber music repertoir

  • Strings - Violin

  • Percussions

  • Voice

 

Two-year courses (Second Level Academic Diploma) in performance and composition

  • Harp

  • Voice

  • Guitar

  • Clarinet

  • Harpsichord

  • Composition

  • Double-bass

  • Horn

  • Conducting

  • Bassoon

  • Flute

  • Chamber Music

  • Oboe

  • Organ

  • Piano

  • Piano – Accompanist and collaborator section

  • Trumpet

  • Trombone

  • Violin

  • Viola

  • Cello

 

Other academic qualification courses

  • Experimental courses

  • Teaching diploma

  • Conservatory Diploma

Admission/Registration Procedures

The applications for admission to the First Level Triennal Courses and Second Level Biennal Courses should arrive to the Conservatory Didactics Secretary from the 1st of September to the 15th of October of every Academic Year in one of the followings ways:

  1. By post (recommended letter), sending the annex paper to the following address:

    Conservatorio di Musica “Lorenzo Perosi” - Ufficio Didattica

    Viale Principe di Piemonte, 2/A – 86100 Campobasso Italy

  2. Per fax to the number: 0039.0874-411377

    The following documents must be sended with the application:

The receipt of the payment of 50,00 Euros for the admission test paid on the c.c.p. n. 12856860 entitled at the Conservatorio di Musica di Campobasso

Declaration of:

  • Personal data

  • Diploma of Conservatory or Bachelor

  • High School Diploma

  • Not attending other compatible courses in the meantime

  • Curriculum vitae

  • Copy of the identity card

The admission tests will be done with a calendar that will be posted up at the noticeboard.
In case of admission at the Second Level Course the students must pay Euros 500,00 for the first year in the c.c.p. of the Conservatory.

General Description of the Institution

"Lorenzo Perosi" Conservatory has the following courses:

1 Composition
1 Experimental composition
1 Music Didactics
1 Conducting
19 Piano
3 Organ
1 Organ composition
7 Violin
2 Viola
1 Cello
1 Experimental Cello
1 Double bass
1 Harp
4 Voice
3 Guitar
3 Flute
4 Clarinet
1 Oboe
1 Basson
2 Trumpet and Trombone
1 Horn
3 Saxophon
2 Percussion
1 Harpsichord
1 Jazz Music
2 Music History
1 Poetic and dramatic literature
3 General Music culture
1 Theatre
1 Subsidiary Organ and Gregorian singing
6 Subsidiary Piano
1 Wind Chamber Music
1 String Chamber Music
1 Orchestra 
1 Choir
3 Chamber Music
1 Score interpretation
12 Theory, solfeggio and musical dictation
1 Electronic Music

The Conservatory has a Library, an Auditorium, 38 lesson rooms, 51 pianos, 3 harpsichords, 1 fortepiano, 2 organs, 2 harps, percussion instruments, string and wind instruments, 1 recording library, 2 audio - video rooms, 1 recording room. The Conservatory "Lorenzo Perosi" is one of the largest Conservatories in Italy for the number of student productions.
It is the only Conservatory in the Molise Region and it is involved in research, teaching,development,promotion,production and occupation.

Every year the Conservatory produces teachers' concerts, student concerts, master classes and promotes meetings and conferences in order to divulgate and encourage international exchange.

The Perosi Conservatory was invited by the Education Ministry to organize specialization courses in Multimedia and Didactic for the Conservatories teaching staff.

Every year the Conservatory publishes a student guide.

Music production

  • Symphony Orchestra

  • Teachers concerts

  • Student Orchestra

  • String Orchestra

  • Conservatory Choir

  • Concert- lessons

  • Student concerts

  • Concerts for local schools

  • The "Music day" project

  • Lyric operas

Research activities

  • Didactic meetings

  • Music interpretation master classes

  • Concert-lessons and public lessons

  • Analysis laboratory

  • Contemporary music laboratory

  • Guide to the listening

  • Methodological Seminaries

The Library

The "Palmiero Giannetti" library was established in 1975 when Luigi D'Ambrosio and Vincenzo Furia, the first donors, offered their books to the conservatory's Library.

Now the "Palmiero Giannetti" Library has more than 13.000 texts (scores, methods,opera scores,orchestra scores,ballet scores etc.), about 200 manuscripts (19th 20th Centuries), more than 100 magazines, more than 800 musical documents (discs, compact discs, tapes etc.)

Specials funds
Carabella fund
Del Colle fund
Furia fund
D'Ambrosio fund
Fiorda fund
Furst-Wulle fund
Selmi fund

Catalogues

  • Music Authors catalogue

  • Music cathalogue

  • Authors catalogue

  • Librettos catalogue

  • Magazine catalogue

    Sound materials catalogue

  • The software is SBN-MUSICA. From 1996 it is possible to consult the Library data bank through PC.

Library hours
From Monday to Friday 10.30h - 13.30h / 16.00h - 18.00h

Library staff
Dr. Tiziana Grande - head librarian
M? Gianni Fidanza - librarian
Antonio Pasqualone - School collaborator
Marco Drago - School collaborator

Loans 
Teachers and students can ask for loans for a period of 15 days maximum. Texts that are excluded from the loans:

Consulting books

  • Magazines

  • Omnia operas

  • Special funds texts

  • Manuscripts

  • Orchestral materials

  • Original editions preceding 1900 and the publications

protected from the copyright. 

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