Giuseppe Canale was born in Naples, Italy, where he started his studies with Emma Cianchi later joining the Hoch Schule für Musik und Theater in Munich. He completed his training at the Palucca Schule in Dresden.
Giuseppe worked with the Moravian Silesian National Ballet in Czech Republic where he was given the chance to work with Jiri Kilian on his work An Overgrown Path. In 2014 he moved to Sofia where he joined Bulgarian National Ballet and danced a large amount of the classical Russian repertoire by Grigorovich and had the opportunity to dance one of the two toreadors in Don Quixote.
In 2015 joined the Israel Ballet where he danced The Summer Pas de Deux in Ronald Savkovic’s Cinderella, Red Riding Hood in The Sleeping Beauty and the Chinese Doll in The Nutcracker.
In 2016 he joined West Australian Ballet as a member of the Corps de Ballet and notes a highlight as dancing Claude Brumachon’s Les Indomptes.
In his free time, Giuseppe loves to cook and spend time with friends.