Pre-Academic and Multiannual Courses

PRE-ACADEMIC COURSE

The Pre-Academic Course is solely for pupils 14 or under 14 years old: it is intended to be for young talents who are willing to go for concert carrier.

Admission test
– A free program to last between 15 and 20 minutes

Sign up for admission test: click here

Passage test:
– A free program, to be decided by the teacher, to last 20-30 minutes. In the free program the previous pieces will not be counted.

Important:
– The registration process to the admission test allows the applicants to write their preference for one or more teachers they want to study with at the Accademia.
– Tests dates are published from the front office on the Students website
– Pupils receive an alert e-mail, so that they can check on the exam sessions in their reserved area.
–The reference teacher is to check on the passage tests : it is the teacher’s responsability to verify that the minutes and the pieces are proper to the rules.

Costs and deadlines:
Annual tuition fee is 1900,00 €
– 1st fee deadline:  October 15th/2nd fee:  February 15th

 

MULTIANNUAL COURSE

The Multiannual Course is reserved for pupils between 15 and 19 years old. The Multiannual Course cycle ends at the end of the academic year, during which the student turns 20. The young performers group will lead parallel activity with the Triennial course, setting solid basement for an educational continuity within the Accademia.

Admission test:
Applicants must be between 15 and 17 years old
– a piece of Johann Sebastian Bach and three free Studies
– a free program to last 25/30 minutes. In the free program the previous pieces will not be counted.
The free program must be suitable according to the student’s age and preparation: this is to be assessed during admission.

Applicants between 18 and 19 years old:
– a classical Sonata (Haydn, Mozart, Clementi, Beethoven)
– a romantic piece, free choice
– a virtuoso study, free choice
– a free program to last 25/30 minutes. In the free program the previous pieces will not be counted.

The free program must be suitable according to the student’s age and preparation: this is to be assessed during admission.

Sign up for the admission test:  click here

Passage test:
Pupils between 15 and 17 years old
–a recital to last between 25 and 30 minutes
– a concert for piano and orchestra
Pupils between 18 and 19 years old
– a recital  to last between 35 and 40 minutes
– a concert for piano and orchestra

The previous pieces will not be counted, even if they were presented the previous years. Only exception is made for the passage test from the Multiannual to the Triennial Course.
(see “from the Multiannual to the Triennial”).
Multiannual student must accompany every year one or more concerts for piano during their mates’ test, according to to the teacher’s directions. This test will be of great relevance for the judgement of the testing committee even on the accompaying student.

From Multiannual to Triennial:
At the end of the Multiannual Course, a certificate of attendance is given to the students, not a Diploma.
When pupils turn 20 they can access the passage test from Multiannual to Triennal Course.

Passage test to the Triennal Course:
A recital to last between 45 and 50 minutes including:
– a classical Sonata (Beethoven, Clementi, Haydn and Mozart)
– a Chopin study
– free choice piece of music (which can be possibly prepared during Multiannual Course)
A concert for piano and orchestra that was never presented the previous years.

Important:
– The registration process to the admission test allows the applicants to write their preference for one or more teachers they want to study with at the Accademia.
– Tests dates are published from the front office on the Students website.
– Pupils receive an alert e-mail, so that they can check on the exam sessions in their reserved area.
– The reference teacher is to check on the passage tests: it is the teacher’s responsability to verify that the minutes and the pieces are proper to the rules.

Costs and deadlines
Annual tuition is 1900,00 €
– 1st fee deadline: October 15th  /2nd fee:  February 15th