Born in Honduras (Central America) in 1966, Roberto Taufic, of Arab descent on his mother’s side, moved with his family to Brazil at the age of six, and four years later, he began his musical studies.
At the age of 15, he made his debut in various Brazilian popular music formations, and since then, he has never stopped playing and traveling. He has collaborated – both live and in the studio – with numerous artists, including Harold Bradley, Rosalia De Souza, Ana Flora, Karl Potter, Marco Tamburini, Francesca Sortino, Lea Costa, Luigi Tessarollo, Simon Papa, Michele Rabbia, Marco Siniscalco, Giovanna Gattuso, Laura Ghirardi, John Arnold, Bob Mover, Pietro Condorelli, Renato D’aiello, Flavio Boltro, Enzo Zirilli, Aldo Mella, Paolo Porta, Diego Borotti, Augusto Martelli, Gianmaria Testa, Alfredo Paixão, Ney Portilho, Piero Ponzo, Miroslav Vitous, Rino Vernizzi, Gianni Coscia, Patrizia Laquidara, Meg, Maria Pia De Vito, Gabriele Mirabassi, and many others.
He arrived in Italy for the first time in 1990 and lived in Rome for four years, deepening his studies and collaborating with various artists. He later settled in Piedmont, where he continued his intense activities as a performer and educator.