The classes in lute offers children and adolescents an educational pathway made to favour listening, coordination and imitation through individual lessons in small homogenous groups and divided by age, as well as through individual lessons. 

 From the very beginning the educational path connotes musical experience as a shared activity, thanks to choral studies and in participation in small period music ensembles. 

The progressive incrementing of skills permits the student to further develop various aspects of the instrumental technique starting from the basics (setting, touch, control of sound) and arriving at more advanced techniques, such as to permit the students to continue along their path by way of specific formative modules. These are represented by the basic level, medium and advanced levels. Each of these levels prescribes, in addition to the instrumental individual lessons, the attendance in relative complementary courses, and concludes with a certification exam. 

It is furthermore possible to receive vocal lessons in a open course, of which there are no planned exams.

The School considers students’ participation in concerts, recitals and planned initiatives to be an integral part of the educational course.
To allow a more natural approach to the instrument, attendance in the propaedeutic courses in music is advised for children aged 0-5 years with the Gordon Method and in choral-rhythmic activities  targeted towards children between 3 and 9 years old.

Lute Course Program

Lute Study Plan


Complementary Material
Harmony Course Program 
Complementary Piano Course Program
Theory and Solfege Course Program 
Music History Course Program 
Composition - Score Reading Course Program