Giuseppe Maletto svolge un’intensa attività concertistica come cantante dedicandosi prevalentemente alla polifonia e alla musica di Claudio Monteverdi. La Petite Bande, Hesperion XXI, Ensemble Gilles Binchois, Concerto Italiano, La Venexiana, Mala Punica, La Risonanza sono alcuni tra i prestigiosi gruppi con cui ha collaborato, partecipando a numerose tourneé in Europa, Stati Uniti, Israele, Giappone, Messico e Argentina. Dal 1990 partecipa alle produzioni musicali della Radio della Svizzera Italiana sotto la direzione di Diego Fasolis.
He has recorded more than 60 CDs, some of which have received important awards , such as Deutscher Schallplattenpreis, Prix Cecilia, Diapason D’Or of the year, Premio Cini and Gramophone Award.
For years he has devoted himself to the direction of vocal groups: in 1995 he founded Cantica Symphonia and has conducted this ensemble in numerous concerts in Italy, France, Holland, Swiss, Slovenia and Estonia. As conductor of Cantica Symphonia, he has approached both Medieval and Renaissance repertoire, performing with great success Monteverdi’s Vespers and Missa in Illo Tempore, Carissimi’s Jephte, Odes and Anthems by Purcell and several Bach Cantatas. In 2009, along with Rossana Bertini and Daniele Carnovich, he founded La Compagnia del Madrigale.
He has been teacher at the School of Alto Perfezionamento Musicale in Saluzzo, at the International Early Music Stage in Polizzi Generosa, and has held a masterclass about Monteverdi ‘s music at the Conservatory of Novosibirsk (Russia).In 2011 he was Artist in Residence at the Festival Oude Muziek in Utrecht.