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The Arpegio Academy is the most significant source of financial support. Using the payments made by people with more fortunate economic circumstances, Arpegio can finance the work done in the Nucleos and orchestras, as well as the organization of concerts in which children of different social classes from all of Trujillo participate.

The Academy is located close to downtown Trujillo, in the building that was the house of Joe and Diego Rodríguez’s parents (the founders of Arpegio).

Classes are now provided for approximately 90 students. 52% of students make complete monthly payments, 6% receive partial scholarships and 42% receive complete scholarships.

Course Options and Costs

The Arpeggio Music Academy is the biggest economic support, since through the payment made by boys of better economic conditions it is possible to finance the work with the different groups of the Nucleus and orchestras, as well as the organization of concerts. Children from different social classes from all over Trujillo participate.

Arpegio Perú
  • Violin
  • Viola
  • Violonchelo
  • Contrabass
  • Recorder
  • Flute
  • Clarinet
  • Oboe
  • Bassoon
  • Saxofon
  • Horn
  • Trompet
  • Trombón
  • Trombone
  • Bass Horn
  • Percussion
  • Guitar
  • Piano
  • Musical Theory
  • Introductory Music
  • Chamber Music
  • German

Registration S/ 20.00

Monthly Rate S/ 100.00

Information

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Contact Information

Phone | 044 293 358

Located | Nicolás Rebaza 336, Urb. Las Quintanas.

Opening Hours

Monday to friday | 9:00 a.m. a 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. a 8:00 p.m.

Access our Scholarships

The Arpegio Music Academy awards scholarships and partial scholarships. There are two ways to obtain them:

Be a distinguished student

Be a distinguished student of any Arpegio Musical Ensemble. Ask your professor for the scholarship to attend individual classes at the Music Academy. The professor and the administrative team at Arpegio will evaluate the student’s various aspects of achievement in order to award or deny the scholarship.

Apply for Scholarships

If not a student at Arpegio, he or she should appear in person to ask for the scholarship. The social worker will carry out a home visit, interview the applicant’s parents and fill out the necessary social records. This information will be evaluated and later the administration will decide whether or not to award the scholarship.