With more than twenty years of experience in the musical field, pianist and composer Giuseppe Lupis frequently appears in the United States, South America, and Europe.
As composer, Lupis aims at restoring the prominence piano enjoyed in the 19th Century by featuring the peculiar characteristics of the instrument. In crafting his works, Lupis gives great consideration to the performer, the audience, and the musical language.
Giuseppe Lupis' piano works have been broadcast by Sky Classica TV, TV2000, BBC Radio, Rai3 Lazio, Danish Radio, ORF Austria, Bavarian Radio, Vatican Radio, RSI Svizzera Italiana, Channel 4 Finland, Kol Ha-musica Israel, ABC Classics FM Australia, and performed at the Berlin Philharmonic, Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, Opera House in Copenhagen, Martha Argerich Presents Project in Buenos Aires, Harvard University in Cambridge; in Rome, London, Rio de Janeiro, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Seoul, and across the United States, Canada, Italy, Poland, Finland, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Holland, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Israel, Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea.
His pedal piano arrangement of Gounod Marche funebre d'une marionette was recently released by pianist Roberto Prosseda on Continuo Records label.
Lupis is also active as event organizer. His Grumo Festival & Opera Tour brings together international faculty and students for a series of concerts across Italy each year. A former pupil of Aldo Ciccolini, Giuseppe Lupis holds a Doctorate from the University of Georgia and serves as adjunct faculty at Aquinas College.