Stefano Giuliano enfantStefano Giuliano was born in Messina. Although he has an innate passion for the violin, as clearly shown in this picture where he had only 2 and half years, he only started studying violin at 11 years old under the M° Carmelo Buttà. Very precociously he exploits his talent by playing, after only six months, in a public concert and by being able to play from memory the 1st position of Rieding's Concerto, op.35. In the meanwhile, he becomes part of a string group called "Estro armonico", founded and directed by his teacher C. Buttà with whom he studies until his 5th year as a private student. In those years he takes part in solo concerts accompanied by piano and in Ensemble.

He took the admission exams for the F. Cilea conservatory in Reggio Calabria where he attended the 6th and 7th year. In the 7th year he performs in a solo exhibition and in public concerts with the conservatory orchestra, prodigiously playing the introduction and tarantella of P. De Sarasate, earning great recognition.

He transfers to the S. Cecilia conservatory in Rome starting from the 8th year, under the guidance of the M° Antonio Salvatore. In spite of his young age (18 years old) he took part, during that year, in the music contest "Vanna Spadafora" at Venetico (Me), competing in the category reserved for professionals from 25 to 32 years old, winning the first prize, with a scholarship and a review in the newspaper "La Sicilia", by playing the introduction and allegro of G. Petrassi, the introduction and tarantella of P. De Sarasate and, for the final exhibition, the concert of P. I. Tchaikowsky.

He performs in many concerts near Messina and also in Rome, interpreting with great talent musics from different composers, without preferences regarding style or periods, in duo with the piano or solo.

For the final exhibition of his 9th year of conservatory he played with the orchestra, as a solo, the Great Concert N° 1 in F sharp minor of H. Wieniawski (one of the most difficult concerts to execute, and for that reason also rarely perfomed), earning wide success and showing his great talent; the year after that he performs the concert K.218 in D major of W. A. Mozart.

He plays Paganini's Caprices, among the most difficult, with skill and expertise, performing the caprice N°5 with the original arch, amazing colleagues and teachers.

After obtaining his diploma, he attended for several years specialized courses with M° W. Brodsky and later with S. Accardo.

He specializes also with P. Vernikov.

After that, his solo activity stops for around ten years. During this period he dedicates himself to performing in orchestra and in small chamber orchestras, getting in contact with different musical genres, like soundtracks; but he doesn't give up on the idea of going back to playing solo.

In these years he obtains the 2nd level Academic Diploma in Music Disciplines, with the best possible grade of 110 with laud, at the F. Venezze conservatory of Rovigo. From there, he starts to perform again solo and in duo with the piano, searching for compositions rarely executed or of whom there are no registrations or video-registrations . In these years he also studies in depth the XIX century chamber music repertoire for duo.

He takes interest in the XIX century repertoire for solo violin, particularly for the solo violin sonatas of Hindemith op.31 n.1 and 2, of which there are no recordings. He records a DVD of solo violin with the 1st partita of Bach, the 2nd sonata of Hindemith op.31 and five Caprices of Paganini (N° 1 - 10 - 18 - 19 - 24)

He tries to propose this repertoire to his public, by performing in several public concerts and also by doing "lessons-concerts" at public schools.

Having obtained the 2nd level Academic Diploma enabling him to teach, he also devotes himself to teaching.

He teaches violin at middle schools offering musical studies.