Giuliano Adorno graduated in June 1999 under the guidance of M° Antonio Di Cristofano and attended the advanced courses at the Ecole Normale “A. Cortot” in Paris witjh Nelson Delle Vigne and later in Madrid with Leonel Morales. He joined several National and International piano competitions, having been consistently winner and awarded: “F.I.D.A.P.A” , Pisa; “Città di Albenga”; “Giulio Rospigliosi”, Lamporecchio(PT) , “Terme di Saturnia”, Saturnia; “Uliveto Terme”, Pisa; “Franz Schubert” , Tagliolo Monferrato; “Città di Cesenatico”, “Città di S.Giuliano Terme”(PI), Mallorca International Music Competition , Mendelssohn Piano Competition (Le), “Anton Garcia Abril” in Teruel, Spain.
He performed all over Italy and Europe and held concerts in Salle Munch and Salle Cortot in Paris; Concert Noble and Maison du commune de Anderlecht, Bruxelles; Sala de Plenos, Auditorium “Manuel de Falla”, Castle of Alhambra, Granada; Asociaciòn Ars et Musica, Valencia; Parador de Xàbia, Alicante; Volkshochschule Reutlingen, Stuttgart; Sinkt Andraa Kirke, Salzburg; Società Dante Alighieri, Bern; Festival Pianistico di Grosseto, Terme di Saturnia, Teatro di Cesenatico, Teatro di Marina di Pietrasanta, Mendelssohn Festival (LE), Chiesa dei Ss. Apostoli, Sala Baldini, Domus Talenti, Roma, Sala Monteverdi Cremona, Festival Echos Alessandria, Auditorium del conservatorio di Cagliari, European museum of Modern arts Barcelona etc.
His wide repertoire includes solo works, chamber music works and several piano concerts. He cooperated in chambre music projects with artists such as oboist Albrecht Mayer, Soprano Elisabeth Norberg-Schultz, Cellist Hans-Eberhard Dentler. He recently toured Japan (TokyoNagoyaChiba) in piano duo with pianist Yukiko Hirano with a program about the diplomatic relationship ItalyJapan and most recently made his debut in Warsaw at Park Lazienki Chopin concerts series, organized by the Chopin Society. In 2016 he performed the renowned Rhapsody in Blue by G. Gershwin with the Italian National Police State Band, conducted by M° Maurizio Billi. He is steadily cooperationg with Grosseto Symphony Orchestra, with which he recently performed Rachmaninov Piano concerto op. 18 and Beethoven op. 15 and op. 58 Piano concertos, as well as Liszt 1st piano concerto.
He is an artistic director of Orbetello Piano Festival since 2012, and since 2017 he is the founder and artistic director of Orbetello International Piano Competition.