The International Conservatory of Music of Paris (CIMP) is founded in 1925 by Pierre Lucas surrounded by the European musical elite: Maurice Ravel, Paul Dukas, Manuel de Falla, Alfredo Casella, Joachim Nin, Jacques Ibert, Robert Casadessus, Arthur Honneger and Albert Roussel
Faithful to both the tradition transmitted and the spirit of independence of its illustrious founders, the CIMP teaching team brings together professors using a pluralism of methods that make the originality and quality of its teaching.
Private institution associated with the Federation of conservatories and music schools, the CIMP provides a high level of education.
The courses are aimed at a broad amateur or professional audience, without age limit, of any nationality, and at any time of the year, from September to June.
It is also a training and development institution for young musicians. A partnership with Bilingual School and establishments with adjusted schedules favor a specially adapted curriculum.
. Disciplines taught
Piano, Organ, Piano-Jazz, Violin, Viola, Cello, Classical Guitar, Guitar-Jazz, Harp, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Drums Percussion, Classical Song, Music History, Musical Awakening, Training Music, Harmony, Counterpoint, Analysis, Orchestration, Musicology, Composition, Improvisation Workshop, Picture Music, Classical Dance, Korean Dance.
The courses are divided:
- In group lessons small numbers for Musical Formation, Musical Awakening, Dance, Harmony, Analysis, Orchestration, History of Music.
- In individual lessons for instrumental and vocal disciplines.
Students are regularly monitored by examinations and public hearings, sanctioned by diplomas and awards.
Adult sections, thanks to a particularly appropriate pedagogy, allow the musical initiation of "great beginners".
Music creation is not left out. Associations with studios allow discovery and composition work by computer-assisted techniques.
According to its international vocation, CConservatory IInternational Music of Paris is a partner of
- Victoria Vourtsi piano school, pianist and teacher at the National Conservatory of Athens (Greece)
- Lebanese Music School Arts & Music of Beirut (Lebanon).