The Bonporti Conservatory is located at the foot of the majestic Dolomite mountains (APT Trento).

Trento has a population of 118,000 and 16,000 students from all over the world. Currently, the Bonporti Conservatory has about 600 under-graduate and graduate students. The Trentino region has robust cultural opportunities thanks to the presence of two museums of international relevance such as the Muse (Science Museum), Mart (Museum of Contemporary Art), as well as traditional theaters, concert series, folk choirs, wind music bands and the Haydn Symphony Orchestra of Trento and Bolzano.

The city is served by an efficient transportation network connected to the rest of Italy and Europe. Its naturalistic vocation is fostered by many dense bicycle paths that connect all the cities in the region. The musical experience in Trento and Riva del Garda can be achieved in diverse and perfect balance between study and leisure, the intriguing culture, beautiful mountains, peaceful lakes, vast forests and numerous wineries with fine wines.

The academic year begins in November and ends in June. It is divided into two semesters. Tuition can range from 700 to 1,500 euros depending on the student’s financial situation. The conservatory, in cooperation with the university offers some dormitory living arrangements on the university campus (Accomodations) and scholarships (Scholarships). In addition, the Erasmus Plus program allows students to travel and study throughout all of Europe while their credits still apply to their degree program.