Italian pianist Giuseppe Gullotta has performed in venues such as Carnegie Hall - Auditorium Stern, New York; Steinway Hall, London, UK; Salle Cortot, Paris, France; Sala Verdi, Milan, Italy; Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome, Italy; and in the United States, Poland, Ukraine, Serbia, and other countries.
As soloist, Gullotta has appeared with the Berlin RIAS Orchestra, English Symphony Youth Orchestra, Grosseto Symphony, Filarmonica George Enescu, West Chester University Orchestra, Malipiero
Orchestra, Poltava Symphony, Oltenia State Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Giovanile Internazionale, and Mihail Jora Philharmonic Orchestra. Gullotta’s collaboration with the Giuseppe Verdi Orchestra in Milan under Francesco Maria Colombo, resulted in performances of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Messian’s Osieaux Exotiques.
Winner of the 2005 Mendelssohn Cup, Lecce, Italy, Gullotta was awarded second prize at the 2009 Camillo Togni, 2004 Rodolfo Caporali, and 2002 Viotti Piano competitions, and fourth prize at the Città di Treviso 2004 piano competition. Gullotta was also among the final competitors in the 2007 and 2009 Busoni international piano competitions.
He has collaborated with great artistic personalities like Laura Morante and Violante Placido, very famous italian actresses, Giovanni Sollima, cellist, Mika, pop singer, Roberto Bolle, Etoile in Scala Theatre, and Eleonora Abbagnato, Etoile Opera in Paris. His performances have been broadcast by RaiRadio3, Radio Classica, Radio Popolare and Sky Classica.
A graduate of the Santa Cecilia Academy in Rome, Gullotta earned a piano performance degree from the Milan Conservatory, and attended masterclasses by Weissemberg, Entremont, Lucchesini, Mjerzanow, Roux, Ciccolini, and Pavarana.
Gullotta is the artistic director of Naxos in Musica concert season.
Currently, he serves on the piano faculty at the State Music Conservatory in Reggio Calabria, Italy.