Giuliano Cardone was born in Naples where he studied classical ballet at the school «Lyceum Mara Fusco» for 6 years. He won first prize at the Concours Danza Si in Rome.
The choreographer George Iancu created the role Tadzio (Mort à Venise) for Giuliano Cardone with the Opéra de Gênes.
In 2000, he was accepted to join the Rudra de Maurice Béjart school.
In 2002, he was accepted into the Béjart Ballet Lausanne company where he danced soloist and principal roles in Lumière, Ballet for Life, Le Même et un Autre, Le Sacre du Printemps, Boléro, Brel et Barbara, L’Amour et la Danse, La Flûte Enchantée, L’Art d’être Grand-Père, Les 7 Danses Grecques, Bhakti II, le Soldat Amoureux, Und so Weiter, Le Renard, etc…
In 2003, he performed the principal role in the ballet «La Mer» which was created for him by Maurice Béjart.
In 2007, he danced the gala tributed to Gianni Versace, at ‘la Scala de Milan’ as well as in the «Gala Tag Andersen» with Johann Kobborg, Martin Vedel and the Royal Danish Ballet.
In 2008, he danced as a soloist and principal dancer in the productions La Traviata and La Belle Hélène with the Lausanne Opera.
In 2009, he participated as a choreographer and dancer in the «Save Room» project for the ‘Centre National de la Danse’ in Paris.
He danced as a principal dancer in «Le 6ème Elément» with the Igokat Company at the Métropole Theatre in Lausanne, as well as for the re-opening of the Jorat Theatre in «Dentro».
In November 2009, he danced as a principal dancer with the Igokat Company at the Teatro Nuovo de Turin for the second anniversary of the passing of Maurice Béjart.
In March 2010, he danced in the opening of the Lugano Festival
In June 2010, he danced as a principal dancer with the Igokat Company in «Tais-toi et Danse» at the Métropole Theatre in Lausanne.
In December 2010, he danced as a soloist in the Opera of Lausanne’s production of La Fille de Madame Angot.
In May, November and December 2011, he danced as a principal in «BD – Ballet Dessiné» at the Octogone Theatre in Pully and at the Vevey Theatre.
In July 2012, he danced as a principal dancer with the Igokat Company in the Gala for the opening of theVignale Danza festival in Italy.
In November and December 2012, he danced as a principal with the Igokat Company in «Une Chance, un Sourire» at l’Espace Culturel des Terreaux in Lausanne and at the Marens Theatre in Nyon.
In December 2012, he was contracted as a soloist dancer for the Lausanne Opera’s production of «Orphée aux Enfers».
In Novemeber 2013, he danced as a principle dancer in «Tango de Piazzola» with Julie Lamby for the «Midi-Concert» at the Conservatoire de Lausanne with the musicians: Magalie Bourquin, Felix Froschhammer and Nico Prinz.
In December 2013, he danced as a principal with the Igokat Company in extracts of «Give & Take» for the re-opening of the Olympic Museum in Lausanne
In 2014, he danced a principal role with the Magda Leon Company for their new creation of «Carmina Burana» at the Chaux-de-Fonds.
In November and December 2014, he danced as a principal with the Igokat Company in «Vouloir c’est Pouvoir» at l’Espace Culturel des Terreaux in Lausanne.
In December 2014, he was invited to dance as principle with Julie Lamby for the Nestlé Gala in Vevey.
He has been an official teacher for the Igokat Dance School since 2009. He is a principal dancer with the Igokat Company as well as a freelance teacher and dancer.