The Conservatory of Music "Jacopo Tomadini" in Udine lives up to the European standard of higher education by offering Bachelor and Master degree courses. At the end of the course students are presented with Supplement Degrees.
The Conservatory pays great attention and invests a lot in the development of international relationships by adhering to the AEC (AEC – Association Européenne des Conservatories) and by building a network of collaboration with about 40 European (Erasmus project) and international academies.
It's a young and lively institution born from a musical tradition that dates back to the XIX century. In 1925 it obtains the equalization to national conservatory by a commission presided by Ottorino Respighi. Today it has about 80 teachers and 600 students. It collaborates closely with the Udine University even to provide services for international students. It organizes about 100 concerts a year for its students all over the region and further often collaborating with other Conservatories in important projects.
The Institute has a symphonic orchestra, wind orchestra, harp orchestra (Ventaglio d'arpe), Brass ensemble, sax ensemble, jazz band and jazz ensembles.
The Conservatory has two publishing series: “I CD del Conservatorio” collects the best concerts by student and teachers; “I quaderni del Conservatorio” collects musicological essays about the history of music in Friuli, studies and research on the many projects that concern the concert scope.
N° of scientific meetings&public events (2019): more than 100
N° of Laboratories: 3
N° of Libraries: 1
N° of conference hall: 4
International students can find all the service information about Studying Facilities Rights offered by ARDISS in their website www.ardiss.fvg.it: academic grant, student housing accommodation, financial aid for outward accommodation, financial aid for international mobility and other facilities.
The Conservatory has got a lot of partnerships with over 40 foreign universities of fine arts and music academies from Austria; Belgium; Estonia; Finland; Germany; Great Britain; Ireland; Latvia; Lithuania; Norway; Norway; Netherlands; Poland; Portugal; Czech Republic; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Turkey; Hungary.