Beppe Pilotto started to study electric bass as a self-taught person in 1986 , switching later to duoble bass witch he began to learn at the Dizzy Gillespie school in Bassano del Grappa (Vicenza) under the guide of the teacher Giko Pavan.He then specilized on his instrument taking classes with the great american bass players Cameron Brown andAndy McKee during Manhattan school of music’ summer workshops in Italy.
He played in different bands performing in theatres , clubs and festivals all over Italy, France, Austria ,Germany and Japan , collaborating with several musicians as : Ettore Martin, Danilo Memoli , Michael Loesh ,Glauco Masetti ,Guido Pistocchi ,Sandro Gibellini ,Enzo Scoppa ,Paolo Tomelleri ,Robert Bonisolo , etc.
He took part in many jazz festivals and music reviews as : “Etna Jazz” ,”Music festival in Paris” ,”Fiemme Sky Festival” ,“Kemptener Jazz Fruhling” , “Euromeet Jazz Festival” , “Marostica Jazz” etc.
He played in different recordings , among many : -“Correre”, band Gemo (1996) –“This is it” , Frank De Franceschi (1997) – “Un momentino di jazz”, various artists (1998) – “Just here , right there” , Tiger Dixie Band (2000) – “New thing quartet” (2000) – “Connections” , Helga Plankensteiner and Walter Civettini quintet (2003). In addition to the concert activity Beppe Pilotto also works as a music teacher at the Thelonious Monk school in Vicenza and at the Cittadella’ s Philarmonic In Padova.