"as original as they come, listening to everyone but beholden to no single influence; Eales demands your attention with the force of his musical personality and keeps it with his musicianship" - Budd Kopman (Cadence USA)



I am very much looking forward to developing my musical, "Spirit of the Mine", in 2019. We're at the very early stages in our journey but I can't wait for the time when it will be ready to hit the stage. Below is a little teaser.

Spirit of the Mine Teaser

We previewed a few of the songs from the musical at a wonderful concert at the beautiful and intimate 1901 Arts Club last year, Mike Sterling wowing the audience as only he can. Below are clips of three instrumental numbers performed that evening.

Tea for Two

When I Fall in Love

Softly as in a Morning Sunrise

I am delighted to be returning to the Fishguard Festival in July where I will be taking the audience on a whistle-stop tour of the entire history of jazz piano.

If you'd like to hear Geoff's interview with Chris Philips at Jazz FM please click on the link.


Also, below you will find lots of information on Geoff's latest album, Transience.

Transience is on Fuzzy Moon Records (FUZ008) and was released by Proper on April 1, 2016. Of this highly emotional album Geoff writes: "Recorded seven months after my mother's passing, my intense sense of loss has very much informed the emotional landscape of the music. Losing a loved-one makes one realise just how precious, fragile and transient life is. Furthermore, in the last year or so we have lost so many musical luminaries, none more brilliant than those two beacons of infinite light - Kenny Wheeler and John Taylor. This has brought the sentiments of this album into even greater focus for me."

On the CD Geoff is joined by four leading lights of the contemporary jazz scene, all of them superb improvisers in their own right: Brigitte Beraha (voice), Noel Langley (trumpet/flugelhorn), Chris Laurence (double bass) and Martin France (drums).

Please click on the following link to see and hear the musicians recording the album live in the studio.


To hear a sample of the album please click on the link below.


You can order your copy of the album by clicking on the following links: Amazon or iTunes

Alternatively, if you would like a personally signed copy of the album please send a cheque for £10 (includes p+p) made payable to Geoff Eales to

47 Howard Close
New Southgate, London - N11 1EH

The album has garnered many excellent reviews. Here's a few quotes:

"Transience is a masterpiece in its own low-key way. Eales should be congratulated and ought to receive much deserved recognition for this deeply moving music"
4 1/2 Stars
Budd Kopman
(All About Jazz)

"Quiet drama with an exquisite touch"
4 Stars
Dave Gelly
(The Observer)

"Whichever context, configuration or style he's playing in we've come to expect something special from Geoff Eales and this album is no exception"
4 Stars
(Jazz Mann)

"Fantastic album that is well conceived and executed from beginning to end"
Nick Lea
(Jazz Views)

"Conveying evident themes of both the wonderment and fragility of life's journey, Geoff Eales' elegant quintet release brings together respected musicians from the UK jazz scene"
Adrian Pallant
(London Jazz News)

"The longish penultimate number, Remembering Kenny, dedicated to the late Kenny Wheeler, is the centrepiece of the album and is worth the entry price alone"
4 Stars
Roger Farbey
(Jazz Journal)