Giulio Tiberio was born in Campobasso in 1989 where he began his musical studies at the age of 10 at the "L. Perosi di Campobasso" conservatory. He then attended the "A. Buzzolla" conservatory in Adria where he brilliantly attained his diploma in 2011 under the guide of Maestro Marco Lugaresi. During his study years he attended numerous master classes with important bassoonists such as Eberhard Marschall (first bassoon of the Bayerischer Rundfunk Orchester), Giorgio Mandolesi (first bassoon of the Orchestre de Paris), Roberto Giaccaglia (first bassoon of the BBC Orchestra), Robin O'Neill (first bassoon of the Philharmonia Orchestra), he also attended the bassoon specialization course at the National Academy of Santa Cecilia held by Maestro Francesco Bossone. In 2013 he won the first prize at the International Competition for Young Musicians "Luigi Zanuccoli" Sogliano al Rubicone in the chamber music category performing Mozart’s Quintet for Piano and Winds. He has collaborated with various Italian orchestras including the Orchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, the Orchestra of the Teatro alla Scala Academy, the Rossini Symphony Orchestra, the Instrumental Chamber of Prato, the Bruno Maderna Orchestra, Reate Festival Orchestra, the Benevento Philarmonic Orchestra, the Rossini Philarmonic Orchestra of Pesaro, performing in theatres and the most important concert halls (Auditorium Parco della Musica, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Teatro Dal Verme in Milan, Auditorium Rai in Turin, Auditorium Manzoni from Bologna, Royal Albert Hall, etc) He has made recordings for television and radio stations (such as RAI and Sky Classica) and for record labels (such as DECCA and ACT).