Nicolò Giuliano Tuccia was born in Emilia-Romagna in 1999 and began studying the piano at the age of 8. He has won over 30 prizes in national and international competitions and performed more than 50 recitals.
In 2018 he performed Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with the Circle Symphony Orchestra of Padua. The following year he graduated from the Rimini Conservatory with 110 cum laude.
Following success in the 2020 Sergio Fiorentino piano competition he performed in Helsinki for the University piano circle supported by Eero Tarasti.
In 2021 he made his debut at the Kaunas Piano Festival and obtained a scholarship to perform at the M.K. Čiurlionis from Kaunas. In the same year he won the special prize at the Kings Peak International Music Competition which included a masterclass with maestro Anthony Tam. He also won First Prize at the Map International Music Competition.
In 2022 he made his debut with the Orchestra of the Conservatory B. Maderna di Cesena at the Teatro Verdi in Cesena with 1053 by J.S.Bach. He also performed at the Sala Marco Biagi in Bologna, at the Circolo Culturale G. Fantoni in La Spezia and at the Music Hall of the University of Musical Semiotics in Helsinki, following an invitation from Eero Tarasti.
Giuliano currently attends the piano academy of Imola Incontri col Maestro under the guidance of maestro Andrè Gallo and the European piano academy under the guidance of maestro Giuseppe Devastato.
He is artistic director of the Guido Agosti concert series and president of the Forlì Cultura association. In 2023 he has plans for performances in Rome, Rovereto, Lecco, Umeå, León and Berlin.