MSG Antonio Salvatore Giuliano

, first tenor

Hometown:

Pensacola, FL


Joined the band:

1988


Title:

Assistant Section Leader



Bachelor's Degree:

Loyola University



MSG Antonio Giuliano received his musical education from Pensacola Junior College and the College of Music at Loyola University in New Orleans. He has appeared in opera, concerts and recitals throughout the United States and Europe. As a member of The U. S. Army Chorus since 1988, Giuliano has represented his country as a soloist performing for heads of state, kings, queens, and presidents worldwide. Giuliano had the honor and privilege of serving as a featured soloist at President Ronald Reagan's interment ceremony in Simi Valley, CA singing an 'A Cappella' rendition of Amazing Grace, President Reagan’s favorite hymn. During his 1992 Italian recital debut at the Villa D’Este in Como, Italy, he was invited to study with the late great post-war Italian Tenor Franco Corelli in his home in Milan where Maestro Corelli compared the young Giuliano to Mario Lanza. Giuliano has sung the lead tenor role in many operas such as La Bohème, La Traviata, Rigoletto, Il Trovatore, L’elisir D’amore, La Sonnambula, La Favorita, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, and Lucia di Lammermoor. Giuliano continues his voice studies with Dr. Donald G. Wiggins of New York, a partnership he has maintained since 1990.

In addition to his musical talent, Giuliano is an accomplished competitive drug-free bodybuilder. He resides in Northern Virginia with his lovely bride, Isabella. Giuliano serves as the First Tenor Assistant Section Leader and as a National Anthem soloist for The U.S. Army Chorus. ARMY STRONG! HOOAH!