Giovanni Maria Sabino (June 30, 1588 – April 1649) was an Italian composer, organist and teacher.
Sabino was the first Neapolitan composer to employ violins in motets. He was the teacher of Gregorio Strozzi, and precursor of Giovanni Salvatore and Francesco Provenzale. He was also the only Southern Italian composer to feature alongside Monteverdi, with 4 motets in Simonetti’s publication Ghirlanda Sacra (Venice 1625). Sabino also promoted Monteverdi in Naples, including Monteverdi’s Confitebor with his own psalm printing in 1627.