International special projects

Saint Louis’ international profile grows and matures year by year, thanks to involvement as a Leader and as a Participant in ambitious, wide-ranging Special Cooperation Projects.

From Consortia for European and non-European mobility, to Special International Networking Projects on Global Music and Platforms on Power Relations in Higher Music Education.
Below is a selection of the wide-ranging International Special Projects in which Saint Louis is currently involved:

Working With Music

The Working With Music Consortium + is continuing within the Erasmus+ Program the Leonardo da Vinci PLM (People on the Labor Market) mobility project for graduates of Italian music conservatories, which began in 2010 and continued with 4 editions that enabled 130 young musicians to carry out training internships within European music organizations. It borrows its main objective: to make up for the scarcity of relationships with the world of work during their courses of study. International Projects.

It retains its specificity: offering post-diploma internships, thus serving as an important hinge between education and profession. The Consortium is joined by the Leonardo project partners, the Conservatories of Frosinone, Genoa, L’Aquila, Monopoli, Padua, Turin, Trieste, Verona, and the Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali of Livorno, and joined by the Conservatories of Alessandria, Cagliari, Castelfranco Veneto, Florence, Latina, Parma, Pescara, Trapani, Venice, and Saint Louis in Rome, all united in the goal of supporting young people in the transition from education to work, where, in addition to strong professional skills and abilities, self-awareness, perseverance in goals and together adaptability and creativity are required.


Body Sound DiVision

Erasmus Consortium of Roman High Art Education. Body Sound DiVision (BsdV) was born out of the desire to establish a network of High Artistic Education, exquisitely Roman, although of national depth and relevance, that can present itself internationally as an interconnected entity and constituted for the purpose of implementing Erasmus, European and non-European mobility projects. The name, chosen by mutual agreement, is meant to represent in a simple and direct way the areas of action in which the Consortium Institutes intend to move – Dance, Music, Design – emphasizing the primary focus of the Consortium itself, multidisciplinarity. Body Sound DiVision is composed of 3 Institutes of Higher Artistic Education, authorized by the Miur to grant Level I and II academic degrees, all based in Rome and each representing the highest excellence in its discipline: Saint Louis, Accademia Nazionale di Danza, ISIA Roma Design.

Body Sound DiVision


A Prihme strategic partnership of 9 institutions that will examine the issue of power relations in higher music education (HME), funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus + program.



GLOMUS is a global network for Higher Education in music, dance and performing arts. The core values for the GLOMUS network are intercultural dialogue and artistic interaction, with the goal of contributing to positive social development, both locally and globally.

The 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals are thus close to the DNA of the GLOMUS network. The network wants to help reduce inequality by making quality education worldwide, supporting gender equality, and increasing global health and well-being through arts and culture. GLOMUS has 25 partner schools from all continents representing some of the world’s most academically strong and visionary art schools. The semi-annual GLOMUS Camps bring together students, teachers, managers and artists from around the world to engage in cross-cultural expressions. GLOMUS is a value-based nonprofit community in which the artistic and human development of students is at the center.


International Writers Camp

The International writers camp (IWC) is an annual event organized by the Conservatorium Haarlem to introduce Pop and E-music students to the real world of the music industry, helping them expand their horizons and skills by allowing them to work with creative minds from other musical genres, other professions and other countries.

The IWC is fueled by real commercial assignments given by distinguished music industry representatives, including BMG/Talpa, Armanda Music & Strengholt Music. An incredible learning experience for all participants and a great way to enjoy an international experience, making new contacts in just a few days.