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Good conservatories in Italy? (Read 2098 times)

Offline eskape

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Good conservatories in Italy?
« on: August 18, 2014, 05:17:17 PM »
Hello to everyone,
I have already posted this message in the students area but with no luck, so I thought maybe I'll have more luck in this subforum.
I am a piano student living in Greece , and I'll be finishing my studies in the summer of 2015. I am 26yrs old.
My final year program consist of:
Beethoven op 90 sonata
Beethoven concerto 3 in c minor
Chopin revolutionary étude
Ravel sonatine
Fugue in g minor from WTC1 by Bach
One étude by moszkowski (op 72 no.2)
Liszt invocation
And some other smaller pieces.

As a member of my family will be living in Venice for work, I am wondering if there is some good conservatories for me to continue my studies in Italy and hopefully Venice. I am interested in studying piano on a master level (if that is possible), and i am looking at all the possibilities.
Do you know about conservatorios in or near Venice for studies worth checking out? My Italian is a bit limited right now, so if you have any infos concerning all this, please let me know.
I checked conservatories in and around Venice, like the Benedetto marcello, cesare pollini, agostino steffani, Giuseppe Verdi, but i am not sure about the entry requirements as everything is in Italian.
Any infos are mostly welcome, and sorry for my bad english, haven't spoke for 2-3 years now.
Thank you all in advance.