Giuliana studied ballet, modern jazz and contemporary in a dance school in Italy from the age of five, following the Vaganova and Cecchetti methods.
Giuliana passed exams every year, until she completed her studies as a dancer with a Solo Seal Award in 2007.
In 2008, Giuliana won a bursary and performed the Pas De Deux “Western Symphony by George Balanchine”, dancing with one of the principal dancers from the popular San Carlo Theatre in Naples, Italy.
From 2008 to 2012, Giuliana continued to perform in various shows and taught in many different dance schools and environments in Italy, gaining a wide experience in teaching different ages and abilities.
She also continued to train and improve herself as a dancer. In 2013, Giuliana decided to move to London and in 2014, Giuliana won a place in the Certificate Ballet Teaching Study (CBTS) course at the Royal Academy of Dance.
Giuliana successfully passed all her modules to then become a Royal Academy of Dance Registered Teacher (RTS) in 2016. In June 2016, Giuliana had the privilege to perform at Her Majesty’s 90th birthday, sharing the stage with other dancers and the President of the Royal Academy of Dance, Darcey Bussel.