Internationale Musikakademie Anton Rubinstein

Dusseldorf, Germany

The Academy is located in the lively old town of the capitol of the German state North Rhine Westphalia, Düsseldorf. The main building, in the “Haus Goldener Helm,” dates back to the baroque period and is classified as a historical monument. Being located in the heart of an international city, the Academy is within walking distance of many well-known musical institutions, such as the opera (Deutsche Oper am Rhein), and concert halls (Tonhalle, Palais Wittgenstein, Robert-Schumann-Saal), as well as many museums, libraries, and other cultural venues.

Since its foundation in 2002, the Anton Rubinstein International Music Academy has closely cooperated with the Steinway-Haus Düsseldorf, which provides the academy with solo-quality instruments for its competitions and for the concert series “Klassische Soiréen auf der Kö”.

Opening hours
Mondayby appointment
Tuesday10:00 – 12:00
Wednesday10:00 – 12:00
Thursday10:00 – 12:00
Fridayby appointment

Berlin, Germany

Since 2016, the International Music Academy Anton Rubinstein has a department in Berlin, capital city of  Germany and one of the liveliest musical communities in the world.

Situated in the middle of Charlottenburg – 50 meters from the famous Kurfürstendamm – are the three beautiful high-ceiling rooms where the lessons take place.

Currently, we accept applications for all courses (Academy, pre-College, Bachelor, Master and Post Graduate) in violin, cello, voice, flute and piano.

Our courses offer continuously broadens: contact us if you have any request!

Faculty in Berlin:

Anna Babenko, Violin
Konstantin Manaev, Cello
Mikhail Mordvinov, Piano
Leonid Grudin, Flute
Guest Prof. Michail Lanskoi, Voice
Alexandra Sherman, Voice

Opening hours
Tuesday10:00 – 13:00

Florence, Italy

Exclusively for the students of the International Music Academy Anton Rubinstein in composition and vocal arts, we offer one year stage in our department in Florence and Sarzana, Italy.

In one of the most historically and musically significant countries of Europe – immersed in the beautiful “Motherland of Music” – our students have the possibility to learn the traditions of the art of composition and Belcanto.

For singing students, it is a remarkable chance to deepen their Italian language skills under individual support.

Faculty in Florence:

Monica Benvenuti, Voice (Florence)
Prof. Giuseppe Bruno, Composition (Sarzana)
Franco Pagliazzi (Florence)