Roberto Iuliano


Roberto Iuliano Tenore

Born in Milan, a pupil of the famous soprano Lella Cuberli, he graduated in 1995 with honors and honorable mention at the "Giuseppe Verdi" Conservatory of his city.

He collaborated at the Piccolo Teatro in Milan, directed by Giorgio Strelher in Goethe's "Faust" and was chosen to represent Italy at the Kyoto International Music Festival in 1993 and 1996. Winner of the Caruso competition in Milan in 1995, he he made his debut at the Opera Giocosa in Savona in “Traviata”, a role that was later reprized over the years at the Carlo Felice in Genoa, at the Morlacchi Theater in Perugia and at the Piccinni in Bari.

His concert activity saw him engaged in Tel Aviv with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra in Verdi's chamber songs (orchestrated by Berio), in Ankara (Turkey), in Japan for the inauguration of the Okegawa Theater, in Rome for 'La Resurrection of Christ by Perosi 'directed by Monsignor Pablo Colino for the Jubilee concerts.

He sang Rossini's 'Petite Messe Solemnelle' on tour in Argentina, Venezuela, Korea (Rossini's Seoul-Festival) and Japan (Osaka and Azughi) then resumed in Italy with the Orchestra de I Pomeriggi Musicali and in the cathedral of Lugano for the Italian Swiss Radio and at the Verona Philharmonic Theatre.

He performed Beethoven's 'IX Symphony', Mozart's 'Requiem', Rossini's 'Stabat Mater' and Stravinsky's 'Les Noces' with the Verdi Orchestra of Milan (resumed with the Verona Philharmonic Theater).

Recently he sang Rossini's 'Stabat Mater' on tour in Denmark (Coopenaghen, Sondebourg) and Germany (Flensburg).

He has recorded an unpublished oratorio (Domine ad adjuvandum Laudate Pueri) by Boccherini for Kicco Classic. "Capuleti e Montecchi" with Edita Gruberova is forthcoming.