Belarusian State Academy of Music
and International Co-operation
activities of the Belarusian Academy of Music are an essential factor of its
recognition as an educational, creative (musical), scientific and methodical
centre of international level, contribute to development of co-operation of the
Academy of Music with foreign educational and scientific institutions, and
promote propaganda and dissemination of the national musical arts abroad.
The Belarusian State Academy of Music
co-operates, on the basis of inter-college agreements, with the
P. Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatoire, N. Rimsky-Korsakov
Rostov State Conservatoire, N. Zhiganov
Kazan State Conservatoire
(academy), S. Rachmaninov Tambov
State Academy of Music, Chelyabinsk State Academy of Culture and Arts (Russia),
Lithuanian Academy of Music
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre,
Academy of Music in Warsaw, K. Lipinsky Academy of Music in Wroclaw (Poland),
the Ukhan Conservatoire,
Zhenzhou and Henan Universities (China), and others.
The Belarusian State Academy of Music is successfully training students from various foreign countries – Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Jordan, China, Turkey, USA, Brazil, Mexico. The total number of foreign students is more than 100 persons.
The Belarusian State Academy of Music is a member of a number of international musical
associations, namely: the AEC
– Association of European
Conservatoires and Higher Musical Schools (Amsterdam, the Netherlands), the EPTA – European Piano Teachers' Association (London,
England), the CWA – Cymbalist World Association (Budapest, Hungary), and
others. The Belarusian State Academy of Music is co-operating with the ISME –
International Council for Musical Education of the UNESCO. A great international resonance was a result of the World Congress of
Cymbalists; its holding became possible due to the high creative achievements of the national cymbal
school. The Belarusian State Academy of Music is taking an active part in the
process of integration of the European and world educational environment pursuant to the Bologna Declaration on professional musical training in
Information about the Belarusian State Academy of Music may be found in authoritative sources, including Encyclopedia of Oakland (New Zealand), International Handbook of Universities (France), International Cambridge Biography Dictionary, catalogues of the ELIA, ICFAD, in "Piano Journal" of the EPTA and others.