Giulio Genovese is a composer, conductor and violinist, born in Turin in 1967, has made his musical studies at the "Giuseppe Verdi" Conservatory of his city.
Complete the study of Composition and Orchestral Conducting with the composer Antonio Brainovich and later graduated in Humanities at the International University of La Rioja (Spain).
He worked as a violinist with several orchestras such as the RAI Symphony Orchestra of Turin and the Symphony Orchestra of the Arena di Verona while continuing his work as a composer of works from symphonic to chamber and vocal music.
He has also taught at the "Pablo Sarasate" Conservatory of Pamplona (Spain) and in past years he has worked with the Castilla y León Symphony Orchestra in Spain on the recovery of hitherto unpublished scores by early twentieth century Spanish composers.
Among his orchestral works are mentioned "Carla" (which was premiered in the National Auditorium in Madrid), "Presages" and "Nocturne". He also wrote the chamber works "La Principessa" and "San Giorgio e il Drago" string quartets, "Verlaine Lieder", "Promise" Piano Trio and the Opera "Un puente para el Camino", work sponsored by the Government of Navarre.