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Acceptance policy
The most important criterium for accepting exchange students is their level of playing.

Language requirements
Basic level in English and/or Italian. For all performative/practical disciplines, the English language is sufficient (preferably B1 level), for the theoretical disciplines knowledge of the Italian language is necessary (at least B2 level).

Study programs
Information about the Bachelor Degree (Corsi Accademici di I Livello) and Master Degree (Corsi Accademici di II Livello) study programmes at CMNP may be found here (only in italian):

String instruments

(Harp, Guitar, Double Bass, Lute, Mandolin, Viola da Gamba, Viola, Violin, Baroque Violin, Cello)


Keyboard and Percussion Instruments

(Harpsichord and Historical Keyboards, Accordion, Organ, Piano, Solo Piano, Teaching Piano, Collaborating Master, Percussion Instruments)


New technologies and musical languages

(Electronic Music, Applied Music, Sound Engineer, Electric Bass, Jazz Drums and Percussion, Jazz Singing, Jazz Guitar, Jazz Composition, Jazz Double Bass, Jazz Piano, Jazz Saxophone, Electronic Keyboards, Jazz Trumpet, Jazz Trombone )


Wind Instruments

(Bass Tuba, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon, Flute, Fauto Dolce, Oboe, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone)


Singing and Musical Theater

(Singing, Lyric-operatic Singing, Concert Singing, Renaissance and Baroque Singing, Vocal Chamber Music)


Theory and Analysis, Composition and Conducting

(Composition, Choral Conducting and Choral Composition, Conducting, Instrumentation for Wind Orchestra)



(Music Didactics, Music Didactics Music Education, Instrumental Music Didactics)


Ensemble Music

Academic Calendar

First semester: 2 November - 2 March (including exam periods)

Second semester: 3 March - 8 July (including exam periods)

Application Procedure
We will accept Erasmus+ incoming applications:
From 3 February to 30 June for mobility along the Academic Year and Fall semester;
From 1 September to 30 November for mobility along the Spring semester.

Please send your application via MOBILITY ONLINE (MO)
(online application system). Applications received by e-mail will be considered only in exceptional cases.


With MOBILITY ONLINE (MO) online registration, students should upload the following documents/items:

  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)

  • Motivation letter

  • Transcript of Records (as issued by the home institution of the student)

  • Media file(s): active web link(s) to an online platform (YouTube, Vimeo, Dropbox, etc.) where the media file(s) can be played (video recording => instrument and singing students: min.10’ of a recent performance / orchestral or choir conducting: students min.10’ direction or concertation of one or more pieces / composition students: scores of their pieces in PDF format and performance of the same piece if available.)

Please note that without uploads of these documents/items (as above), the application cannot be considered.
The Erasmus application will be made available to the relevant board of study for selecting purpose.

Further information, please contact

Prof. Antonio Tinelli (Erasmus Coordinator):

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