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Strumenti a tastiera/Keyboard instruments 



Prof. Raffaele D'Aniello
Prof.ssa Elisa D'Auria
Prof. Andrea Dembech
Prof. Gesualdo Coggi
Prof. Fiammetta Facchini
Prof. Sandra Landini
Prof. Alberto Miodini (coordinatore di scuola/school coordinator)
Prof. Andrea Padova
Prof. Roberto Plano
Prof. Guido Scano (coordinatore di dipartimento/head of department)


Prof. Enrico Viccardi


Prof. Giorgio Dellarole

We warmly welcome you to the Department of Keyboard Instruments, which includes the classes of Piano, Piano Practice, Organ and Accordion.
We are proud of the high number of foreign students who choose our conservatory, where they can attend courses led by distinguished faculty in a variety of languages.
In addition to the normal educational activities (constructed around the students' age and which comprise the subjects of the chosen program), our best students have a chance to perform alongside an orchestra, and scholarships are offered to the most promising ones.
We provide state-of-the-art instruments (Steinway & Sons, Fazioli, Bosendorfer) for all classes, as well as many practice pianos in the conservatory's premises in order for every student to reach the highest possible level of proficiency. 
For any additional information, please contact the Department Director, Prof. Guido Scano:

The course of Accordion at the Conservatory A. Boito in Parma was opened in the academic year 2014/2015. It is a recent event but, nevertheless, the course is optimally included in the activity of the Conservatory.
In addition to the natural collaboration with the piano and organ schools (with which it forms the Keyboard Department) the Accordion class has a close bond with the Department of Ancient Music, by virtue of the specialization of the teacher, Professor Giorgio Dellarole, who is one of the most qualified specialists in the international performance context of the ancient repertoire on the accordion.
The strong international projection of the Conservatory of Parma and the international connections of the professor Dellarole ensure that very often foreign students - recently from China, Russia and Poland - spend a semester or a year in Parma. Furthermore, our students go abroad, accepted in other prestigious school as the Academy of Music in Gdánsk and the Gnesin Academy in Moscow.
Broadening the perspective, the Conservatory of Parma is one of the historical and prestigious institutions in Italy. The venue is in a fascinating convent founded in the last years of the thirteenth century and hosts, among the other things, one of the most important musical libraries in the world.