Gabriele Boria, born in 1966, began his musical journey taking lessons throughout the years from Gil Cuppini (at age 9) and Enrico Lucchini, truly two of the Masters in Italy.
He attended several clinics, workshops and masterclasses of drumming with the greatest drummers of the planet. Very active in both commercial and fusion music he played with: Gigi Cifarelli, Aida Cooper, Malika Ayane, Linda Wesley, Zelig TV, Cantagiro RAI, Olga Davis, Ronnie Jones, Luca Jurman, Franco Oppini, Umberto Smaila, Ivan Cattaneo, Alberto Camerini, Steve Washington, Lee Konitz, Antonio Faraò, Luca Orioli, Paolo Tomelleri, Emilio Soana, Rossano Sportiello, Erminio Cella, Ernesto Ghezzi, Emanuele Cisi, Dario Faiella, Luca Meneghello, Luca Pasqua, Luca Colombo, Mauro Negri, Mario Zara, Roberto Cecchetto, Flavio Scopaz, Massimo Scoca, Silvio Verdi, Carmelo Isgrò, Marco Mangelli, Piero Orsini, Gigi De Martino, Alberto Tacchini, Marco Detto, Luca Mattioni, Marco Ricci, Tino Tracanna, Massimo Minardi, Tullio Ricci, Pepe e Pancho Ragonese, Angela Baggi, Roberta Faccani (Matia Bazar), Marco Brioschi, Tony Casuscelli, Mario Rosini, Naco, Alex Battini, Giorgio Palombino, Andrea Pollione, Foggy City Dixieland Band. He worked with the main Latin bands as Alma Latina, Rosso Latino, Canta Brasil and Cuban Latin Jazz.
He performerd at the ''Groove Day'' and ''La notte delle Batterie'', two of the most important drumming events in Italy. Interviewed twice for Drum Club, the main Italian drum magazine. He produced various commercial Jingles (Visa, Mazda Motors, and others), and television productions (cartoons and movies).
He has an intense teaching schedule in the northern part of Italy.