With access to the Erasmus project our Institute intends to carry out the very principles of the Project: modernization, motivation, and comparison with the Project of Higher Education common to the rest of Europe; We firmly believe in the great acceleration that this will mean for us, providing a strong contribution to overcoming the phase of social and economic depression that Italy is going through.
The choice of partners will initially be made through the vast network of innumerable personal and professional relationships of the teachers and staff of the Institute, ranging from relationships in Europe, the Hochschule Mannheim and Hannover in Germany, to the Conservatory III, in France. The Superior Conservatory of Marseille, the Academy of Bratislavia, the European Community Chamber Orchestra, ECCO, the North Deursche Rundfunk, etc). An interesting group of Chinese students currently attending our Institute together with requests originating from Arab countries, will .enable us to design strategies for even non-EU students.
We believe that the excellence and uniqueness of our three-year first degree in “Recorder in Relationship to Ancient Instrument: krummhorns, Dulcian and Bombard” may constitute a further appeal to broaden the choice of partners.
Furthermore, the knowledge that research and culture, as pointed out by organizations such as UNESCO, are considered important resources for sustainable development, as well as welfare indicators, will encourage future international collaborations. The geographic distribution of our partners will aim to meet the needs of linguistic and cultural diversity of students and professional staff.

The primary goal we have set is that of the quality of our educational offer, which places the student with his dreams and expectations, at the center of our strategies. Hands-on training will be focused on theaters, orchestras and the organization of musical events and orchestras for the insertion of the musicians, singers and pianists.
We believe that the following characteristics are fundamental for optimum success of the project:
– Timely, accurate and high-quality organization;
– Widespread publicity of the project, advertising on how to participate and clear selection criteria;
– Careful monitoring of the various activities;
– Widespread publication of the results.
Given the current high expectations of students and staff in respect to the Project, criteria selection of candidates will be made clear: for students based on the merit, language skills and in particular motivation, while for teachers on the validity of the proposals, language skills and their CV.
Mobility grants will be awarded in concordance with criteria established by both institutions and documents (and / or video recordings for students and educational projects for teachers) necessary for a preliminary knowledge sent to the Partner Institute. Direct contact between the concerned departments and students and / or staff , with support from the teacher’s Project Coordinator will then be initiated in order to finalize the details of mobility.
All activities will be monitored and ongoing evaluations made through interviews and questionnaires.
Our principles and priorities are in keeping with those of the European Agenda and we believe that:

1) One can be competitive only if they reach high quality standards that meet the needs and satisfy European needs in this sector;
2) That this Project will be paramount in increasing the importance of our Institute increase in a regional, national and European context;
3) The most effective way to achieve a high level of quality is through mobility, the exchange of ideas and experiences, knowledge of other cultures and respect for, international cooperation;
4) High quality of training, brings with it the necessary relations with the world of work, with businesses, and with the quest to trigger strong implications for regional development.
5) Inevitably it will improve its governance, the ability to manage and especially to attract the necessary funding.