Department of Early Music studies: Renaissance and Baroque Vocal, Baroque Violin, Baroque Cello, Viola da Gamba, Harpsichord and Historical Keyboards, Organ, Horn.

Pre-baccalaureate Course
A program for those who do not yet possess the pre-requisites necessary for an Undergraduate University Degree Program or a Master Program.
The length of the program varies, according to the individual needs of each student. Along with the study of their principal instrument, students will participate in music theory and analysis, ear-training, armony, music history, and choral singing courses. Here more informations.

Three-year Undergraduate Degree
Along with the study of technique and the most significant repertoire (solo, chamber music, and orchestral ensembles) courses in ensemble music for voice and ancient instruments, and the theory and practice of figured bass are required. Further studies include improvisation, methods and repertoire of the organ and ancient keyboards, composition, history and technology of the instrument, the study of treatises on methods, and conducting of vocal and instrumental ensembles. Courses in acoustics, information technology for music, expressive techniques and body awareness and the study of a European language are also required.
The degree program trains students for employment as soloists, in chamber music groups, in chamber orchestras, symphony orchestras, and orchestras for musical theater/opera, and as coaches for singers of the repertoire. Here more informations.

Two–year Master Program
Along with the study of repertoire and technique, two more courses per year are requirements: vocal and instrumental chamber music, clavichord, organology, fortepiano (for harpsichordists) and viola consort (for violists). Additional courses offered during the first year include ancient music styles, Gregorian Chant, rhetorical analysis, communication techniques and music management, show business law and legislation, figured bass practices, vocal and instrumental conducting, and vocal technique for instrumentalists. Laboratories in Renaissance and Baroque Dance, tuning and tempering, improvisation and composition, and bibliography and library science are also offered. Here more informations.

There is one harpsichord class and one viola da gamba class at the Luca Marenzio Conservatory, in which students from the pre-baccalaureate, undergraduate and Master program take part. However, the Conservatory boasts a faculty with a wide range of repertoire and experience who are able to meet the specific needs of each individual student.

One-year Non-academic Course
Along with the study of instrumental techniques and repertoire, students are free to attend all courses and Labs offered in the Degree Programs. They will not participate in exams, but will be awarded a Certificate of Participation. Here more informations.