Roberto Gatto

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born on 6/10/1958 in Roma, Latium, Italy

Roberto Gatto

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Roberto Gatto is an Italian jazz drummer, born October 6, 1958 in Rome.[1]

He has performed with Lee Konitz, Chet Baker, Bob Berg, Tommy Flanegan, Joe Zawinul, and Joe Lovano. He has composed film music,[2] is the leader of his own jazz group[3] and a member of the ensemble of Pino Daniele, a prominent Neapolitan singer.


With Enrico Rava

  • Easy Living (ECM, 2003)
  • The Words and the Days (ECM, 2005)


  1. Zenni, Stefano (2002). Gatto, Roberto Barry Kernfeld The new Grove dictionary of jazz, vol. 2, 2nd, p. 2122, New York: Grove's Dictionaries Inc..
  2. [Roberto Gatto at All Music Guide Roberto Gatto: Overview]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 2010-05-30.
  3. Kelman, John (2007-07-07). CD/LP Review: Traps. All About Jazz. Retrieved on 2010-05-30.
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