Stacks Image 0
Stacks Image 1
Stacks Image 838

Geoffrey Saba is a classical concert pianist. He has lived in England for over thirty years. In the 1970’s he made his London début and was awarded a bronze medal at the First Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition. Regular touring now takes him to North America, Eastern and Western Europe, the Middle East, India, Japan, South East Asia and his native Australia, and he has played at Festivals in Great Britain, Australia and South East Asia. A full biography is available here.

Geoffrey Saba is represented by Manygate Management

On this site you can explore Geoffrey's 14 recordings, hear samples, and purchase the full recordings via iTunes. If you prefer to purchase CDs, please click here to order.


Geoffrey's latest release is an exciting programme of music by Schubert taken from London recitals between 2011 and 2013. The works include the Sonata in C D840 (relique),
Waltzes arranged by Prokofiev, and the
Sonata in A minor D784.

To purchase from iTunes, please click here, or if you prefer a CD to add to your collection, please contact Carnegie Concerts by clicking here [CDs are £10 + £2 postage+packing].

Geoffrey's re-scheduled 2014 London concert with the "Lure of the East" programme below will now be performed at St John's Smith Square, London SW1 (near the Houses of Parliament) on Friday evening January 16, 2015, at 7.30 pm.

Click here for a brochure

Click here for more info and to book tickets

"The inspiration for this programme stems from the countless hours Geoffrey Saba has spent in Central Java listening to the evocative sounds of the gamelan, music which so fundamentally affected and excited Debussy and Ravel at the 1889 Paris International Exposition that it influenced their music and that of many subsequent composers."

Stacks Image 3

© Carnegie Concerts 2013