Conservatorio di Musica Licinio Refice – Frosinone

The Licinio Refice Conservatory of Music was founded in 1972 and soon became one of the main national conservatories in Italy. At present, it has 130 full-time teachers and 1200 students.
First Cycle and Second Cycle academic programmes are offered in Accordion, Chamber music, Choral conducting and composition, Composition, Orchestral conducting, Early music, Guitar, Harp, Harpsichord, Jazz, Music and new technologies, Music education (Second Cycle only, with specialization in General music education or Instrumental music education), Organ, Percussion, Piano, Popular music, Voice, String instruments (Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass), Wind instruments (Clarinet, Flute, Oboe, Bassoon, Saxophone, Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Composition for wind band).
Specializations are offered in Solo performance in instrumental music, Orchestra, Music of the 20th century and beyond, Music for stage, cinema and television, Voice (Solo performance in chamber music, Choral singing, Music theatre production). The piano department also has a specialization in Accompaniment.
Teaching staff include prestigious personalities in the field of performance and research, with experience in classical music, jazz and popular music.
Musical production has made the Conservatory of Frosinone one of the principal cultural centres of the area; artistic and cultural activities aim both to improve the students' education and also to enrich the local cultural scene: there are concert seasons as well as conferences involving teachers, students, alumni, and well-known musicians.
The Conservatory has a Symphony Orchestra and a Jazz Orchestra. In 2009, a recording studio was inaugurated.
Recently, multimedia projects have been realized, including music, poetry and the visual arts.
The Frosinone Conservayory has been involved in international projects since 2005 with excellent results, thanks to its partnership with more than 30 musical institutions in Europe. This network has been precious in planning “Working With Music”.
The Licinio Refice Conservatory is the coordinator of “Working With Music”.