Giuliano Di Ienno

Saxophone Music Teacher


Giuliano Di Ienno was born and raised in Civitella Messer Raimondo, a town in the province of Chieti in the Abruzzo region of Italy. He studied at the Conservatorium of Music “Luisa D'Annunzio” Institute of High Culture in Pescara, Italy where he achieved the Bachelor of Music (saxophone) in 2013 and the Master of Music (saxophone) with honours in 2015. During his musical studies, he took part in various international saxophone masterclasses deepening his musical and personal training. Giuliano expressed his passion for conducting and education founding the music school "Amici della Musica" in Civitella Messer Raimondo. As artistic director of the school, he founded and conducted a marching/concert band with about 40 players from 2007 to 2015. In late 2015 he moved to Melbourne, Australia where he is currently working at the bilingual school Brunswick South Primary School as a music teacher, as well as music director of the Melbourne Tramways Band, Banda Musicale Italiana “Vincenzo Bellini”, Veneto Club Melbourne Choir, Casa D'Abruzzo Club Choir and freelancing as a musician, educator and conductor. Giuliano has held performances in numerous concert halls in Europe and Australia as a soloist with piano, woodwind and symphony orchestra, as well as a chamber musician, musician and conductor of bands.

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Giuliano Di Ienno


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Springhall Parade
Pascoe Vale South
VIC 3044






Regions Serviced

Melbourne, Melbourne Other

Teacher's Home, Student's Home

Instruments and Subjects


Conducting, Musicianship, Theory

Styles and Specialities

Classical, Contemporary

Auditions, Band Performance, Ensemble work, Performances

Lesson Format and School Activities

One-on-One Lessons, Group Lessons

School Instrumental Teaching

Qualifications and Experience

Master of Music with honours (saxophone), Conservatorium of Music “Luisa D’Annunzio” Institute of High Culture (Pescara, Italy)



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