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International Relations

The CSMA is a reference centre at European level, and for that reason we are sure that internationalization is vital to face the future. The CSMA International Office is in charge of encouraging and coordinating the different partnerships and agreements established with several foreign higher education institutions.


In close collaboration with the Erasmus coordination staff, the CSMA International Office offers support and advice to Erasmus students from other countries, while promoting new agreements with other European centres. We also provide guidance for our students wishing to study abroad, either as part of the Erasmus program or as part of our Masters’s programmes after completing their studies at CSMA.


As the professors invited to teach our postgraduate advanced training courses hold an international profile, the International Office also plays an essential coordinating role in this area, facilitating communication between these professors and the different departments.


Working jointly with the international offices of associated institutions, we contribute to the consolidation of the CSMA position and prestige in Europe and worldwide.





The CSMA is committed to establishing agreements with other European centres in order to share artistic and pedagogical projects, collaborating in all kinds of initiatives that favour the development of the social and integrating functions of music within society.


The CSMA has already taken part in several collaboration projects with other European centres. Out of which, we may highlight the staging of the operas: W.A. Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” in 2011, with the Hochschule für Musik of Freiburg, and G. Verdi’s “Il Trovatore” with San Pietro a Majella Conservatory of Naples in 2012.


A different kind of collaboration made it possible for the CSMA to take part in the international “Opus Erasmus III” encounter, organized by the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Boulogne-Billancourt (2013). This project involved the participation of three other European centres: Joseph Haydn Konservatorium des Landes Burgenland (Eisenstadt), San Pietro a Majella Conservatory (Naples) y Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University (Istanbul).


In recent years, the CSMA has also been one of the international venues hosting the Schleswig Holstein Musik Festival auditions, collaborating closely with this institution and attracting to Zaragoza a large number of applicants from all over the world.


The CSMA’s plans for the future include being able to set up different kinds of projects that allow for the establishment of new links and frameworks with other international institutions, favouring the development of complementary activities and the flow of ideas between different centres. We have started to develop different thematic areas, out of which we want to highlight the development of the Academies for New Music and Early Music, whose immediate inclusion in the centre’s training sphere would be clearly favoured by the establishment of collaboration agreements with other international centres.


Contact: jefatura.coordinacion@csmaragon.es