Roberto Giglio, a Roman singer-songwriter, arranger and producer, collaborates with many artists, ranging between pop music, jazz and theater.

From 2001 to 2002 he was Patty Pravo’s artistic director, following her participation in the 2002 Sanremo Festival with the song “L’immenso.” In Brazil, he coordinates studio musicians including Jaques Morelenbaum and Arthur Maia, and collaborates with Marcelo Costa.

In 2009 he began a collaboration with Gigi Proietti, for whom he wrote songs included in his shows.

In 2003 he participated in the Sanremo Festival as a singer-songwriter, with the song “Cento Cose” and the subsequent Disco per l’estate. In 2004 his first official album, “You’re Listening,” was released. In 2007, he released his album, “The Fifth Season,” in which prestigious musicians, such as pianist Enrico Pieranunzi and Saturnino, were featured.

In 2009 he played at the Barcelona Jazz Festival, on a schedule with Wayne Shorter, Brad Meldhau, Cassandra Wilson, Kings of Convenience and Chick Corea. In June 2012 he released, with Carosello, the album “Cinecittà,” a work of unreleased songs about the city of Rome.

Roberto Giglio is the author and composer of the songs and music for “Campo de’ fiori,” the musical comedy by and with Rodolfo Laganà, staged at Rome’s Teatro Sistina in 2012.

In 2013 he created the original music for Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” directed by Gigi Proietti, performed at the Globe Theatre in Rome, and collaborated with Gigi Proietti as part of the two evenings at Caracalla, performing the song “San Lorenzo,” contained in the album “Cinecittà.”

In 2014 he wrote the songs and music for the show “Nudo Proprietario,” by Rodolfo Laganà, in the 2015/2016 season.

In 2016 he released the album “Misofonia,” a work of unreleased songs with Fabrizio Bosso and Carlotta Proietti guesting on two tracks. The work will be presented at the Teatro Studio of the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, hosted by Max Tortora.


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Roberto Giglio

Roberto Giglio