Xabier Díaz

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Noró Presentation – Mar de Vigo Auditorium (21,00h)

Noró Presentation – Sala Capitol (19,30h)

Santa Maria’s Chapel, Lugo.

Noró Presentation – Rosalía de Castro Theatre (19,30h)


Teo Otto Theater

Alte Synagoge

Steyler Missionsprokur

Alte Molkerei



Kulturzentrum Immanuelskirche

Hangar 21

Workshop JeKits



Stadt-und Industriemuseum

Bleckkirche + recording WDR3


Noró Presentation – Sala Galileo Galilei (21,00h)






Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre Live – Casa da Cultura of Burela (19,30h)

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre Lice (23.30h Campo da Feira in O Páramo – Lugo)

Xabier Díaz trío in the Conecta Fiction Fest (19.30h Auditorio Abanca) 

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre in Os Xoves de Códax (19,30h)

XI Castro-Galaico Festival in Nogueiró 

Parapanda Folk – Patio Antiguo IES Diego de Siloé (22,15h) – Free tickets

Festival Intercéltico do Morrazo

Carballeira de Zas Fest

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras da Salitre live presenting their new album “Noró” in Plaza de España, at 22:15 pm

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre in Milagros Summer Cultural Fest – Plaza Mayor (23:00h)

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre in the Patio de Santa Leonor (22,00h)

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras da Salitre in the Noite Folk Negreira at Refuxio de Covas (22,00h)

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre in City Hall’s Place (22,00h)

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre in Santa Margarita’s Park – Festas de María Pita (22,30h)

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre in Festival Intercéltico O Son do Pazo – Pazo de Mos (22,30h)


Vastmanlands-Musiken Festival




Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre Noró Presentation in the CAT (19,00h)

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre + Pandeireteiras de Cantigas e Agarimos in the Sala Capitol (19,30h)



Capra Aegagrus Hircus

Xota Delira

Pasodoble de Beo

Cantiga da Montaña




Xabier Díaz & Álvarez Brothers

A trio of traditional musicians to review part of the repertoire from the recordings done by Xabier that are now reinterpreted in a modern and different way... see project

Xabier Díaz & Adufeiras de Salitre

The show of the album, 15 musicians on stage for a powerful liveshow with the clear intention of revising the recording repertoire that Xabier and this band of 11 singers and percussionists are presenting... see project



It’s been 30 years since Xabier first blew into a bagpipe until Coplas para Icía (2007). His curiosity enabled new experiences with pop(ular) music always on the horizon: Xacarandaina, Rumbadeira, his first field researches, a constant teaching activity, associations, contests, festivals, etc.
He then became a part of Nova Galega de Danza performing in the shows Alento, Engado and Tradicción between 2005 and 2009.

On early 2008 Berrogüetto knocked on Xabier’s door and the trip last till 2014, when the band announced its dissolution. During that time they released the albums Kosmogonías (2010) and O pulso da terra (2011). Consequently, they were awarded by the Music Academy with Best Song in Galician Language (2011) and Best Folk Music Band in the first edition of Martin Codax Galician Music Awards (2013), as well as Best Soundtrack Mestre Mateo Award for the film Inevitable (2014).

Great music partners and friends such as Guadi Galego, Guillermo Fernández and Xosé Lois Romero took part in the aCadaCanto project and released the albums aCadaCanto (2012) and A Rosa D’Adina (2014).

He collaborated in many albums and concerts with different artists through the years: Carmen París, Xosé Manuel Budiño, Kepa Junquera, Guadi Galego and Os Cempés, among others. Moreover, he took his music to many places such as Mexico, Zimbabwe, Germany, Uruguay, Italy, Peru, Denmark, France, Switzerland, Argentina, Norway, Belgium, Cuba, Scotland, Ireland, etc.

In 2015 he released the album The Tambourine man with Adufeiras de Salitre. This album was awarded for Best Album in Galician Language at the Independent Music Awards (2016), Best Album of Traditional Music at the Martin Codax Galician Music Awards (2016), Best Song in Galician Language at the first edition of aRitmar Awards. Furthermore, The Tambourine man has remained at the top ten of the World Music Charts Europe during February and March 2016.

Since the release of The Tambourine Man and after more than 70 live shows in barely two years, he visited Algeria, Oslo, Lorient, Le Chatre, Glasgow, Lisbon, Madrid and Brussels.

Now it is the time for Noró (Algunhas músicas do norte) (Musics from the north) Músicas de Salitre 2018 ©, a new album with Adufeiras de Salitre that highlights the musics from the Peninsular northwest.



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