General InformationThe Conservatory of Music "Arcangelo Corelli" of Messina has a long and glorious history. It started as School of Music "Filarmonica Laudamo", founded in 1938. Three years later it became High School of Music "Antonio Laudamo" and in 1953 public music Institution. Only in 1955 the institute was named after “Arcangelo Corelli”, one of the greatest musicians who lived between the second half of the seventeenth century and early eighteenth centuries. In 1972, finally, became the “Conservatory of Music”.
Many are the chances that the Music Conservatory of Messina has today for those who want to pursue a career in music. Academic and pre-academic courses, at the end of which is awarding the academic diploma of level I and later on level II (for obtaining the academic degree of level II). To emphasize the musical offering, the Conservatory has activated the various disciplines related to jazz (Jazz Bass, Drums and percussion, jazz, singing jazz, jazz guitar, jazz clarinet, jazz bass, jazz piano, jazz saxophone, keyboards electronic jazz, Jazz Trumpet, Trombone jazz and jazz violin).