Saber El Robaey
Native name صابر الرباعي
Born (1967-03-13) 13 March 1967 (age 51)
Sfax, Tunisia
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, musician
Instruments Vocals, oud, violin
Years active 2000–present
Labels Rotana

Saber Rebaï (صابر الرباعي); born 13 March 1967 in Sfax, Tunisia), transliteration Saber al Ruba'i; is a Tunisian pan-Arab singer and composer that enjoys popularity throughout the Arab World and internationally with concerts in Europe, the Americas and Asia. He is mostly known for his song "Sidi Mansour". Some albums carry the variant transliteration Saber el Rebaii. He has been signed since 2004 to the pan-Arab record label Rotana.

Early life

He started singing when he was twelve years old, encouraged by his family for his father played the Oud and his brother was a singer. Besides singing, Saber plays the Oud and the violin.

He started the singing as his profession at 17 years old impressed by great singers among which Mohammad Abd El Wahab, Abd El Kader El Asaly, Wadih Al Safi, Abd El Halim Hafez, Karem Mahmoud. Saber composed some of his songs melodies among which the song Word (Kalima) with an outstanding rhythm. His work with Hilmi Baker, Salah El Charnoubi and Dr Abd El Rab Idriss was a great success. Great singers such as Sayyed Makkawi and Warda were very impressed by his voice.

International concerts

Saber Rebai went in tours across Europe, USA, Australia and also performed in Palestine and South Korea. He gave shows in the most prestigious stage of the world including the Olympia in Paris, Carthage and Cairo.


Saber Al Rubai won many awards for his participation in international festivals among which:

  • Cartage Festivals for many years
  • Arab Music Festival
  • Egyptian Opera House Award
  • Cairo International Festivals
  • Francophone Festivals
  • The Gold Microphone in Cairo Festivals


  • Hayyarouni
  • Ya lilla
  • Yalli bjamalak
  • 2000: Sidi Mansour
  • 2001: Khalas tarek
  • 2003: Share' elgharam
  • 2004: Atahadda al aalam
  • 2006: Ajmal nesaa aldounia
  • 2007: El ghorba
  • 2009: Waheshni giddan
  • 2000: "Sidi Mansour"

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