After having made many recordings with various Italian and foreign record labels, in September of 2000 Rosario Giuliani signed an important contract with the prestigious French recording company, Dreyfus Jazz, with whom he has already recorded several very successful albums : Luggage (April 2001), Mr. Dodo (October 2002), More Than Ever (October 2004), Anything else (January 2007), Lennie's pennies (March 2010) and Images (2013).
Giuliani, a highly appreciated and soughtafter artist in the international jazz arena, divides his time between his Italian, European, and overseas commitments, performing regularly in the following festivals : Jazz à Liège (Belgium), Gexto Jazz Festival (Spain), Blue Note Jazz Festival, Jazz at Lincoln Center (New York), Umbria Jazz (Italy), Jazz à Vienne (France), Jazz Baltica (Germany), JVC Jazz Festival (France), Town Hall (New York), Basel Jazz Festival (Swiss), Nancy Jazz Pulsation (France), North Sea Jazz Festival (Holland), London Jazz Festival (UK), Marciac Jazz Festival (France), Oeiras Jazz Festival (Portugal), Ankara Jazz Festival (Turkey), Audi Jazz Festival (Germany), Vilnius Jazz Festival and in other jazz events that take place in California, Nuova Caledonia, Israel, Mexico, Hong Kong, Hungary and still other countries. In the spring of 2006 he participated in a highly successful tour that took him to the principal cities of China.
Rosario Giuliani's artistic career boasts innumerable and heterogeneous experiences of the highest rank. Performing for internationally famous artists such as Ennio Morricone, Luis Bacalov, Armando Trovaioli, Gianni Ferrio, Nicola Piovani, Ritz Ortolani, he has recorded on numerous movie soundtracks.
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