Gaetano Braga (June 9, 1829 – November 21, 1907) was an Italian composer and cellist.
He was born in Giulianova in Abruzzi and died in Milan.
Braga's works include compositions for the cello (two concertos, a quintet, a quartet, works for cello and piano) and the operas:
* Alina or La spregiata (1853, Naples)
* Estella di San Germano (1857, Vienna)
* Il ritratto (1858, Naples)
* Margherita la mendicante (1859, Paris)
* Mormile (1862, Milan)
* Ruy Blas (1868)
* Reginella (1871, Lecco)
* Caligola (1873, Lisbon)
A "Serenata" (serenade) by Braga, sometimes called in English Angel's Serenade, is mentioned in Anton Chekhov's short story The Black Monk.