Zorita are a raucous rousing bone-rattling rabble.


Zorita are a raucous rousing rabble. The bands bohemian music boasts an eclectic mix of instruments like the accordion, trumpet and violin. In combination with bass, drums and guitars, as well as frontman Carlos Zorita Diaz raw voice, this creates a completely unique sound. Blending influences from South America, the Mediterranean and Folk music, an evening with Zorita is guaranteed to breathe life into any party. In their own words, the 8 musicians of Zorita describe their well-oiled ragtag collection of instruments, styles and personalities as Musica Vagabunda.

Dutch Success Story 
Zorita impressed judges and audiences in the finals of competitions like De Grote Prijs van Nederland (2010) and the Amsterdamse Popprijs (2009) . In the Dutch Popronde, Zorita wowed audiences nationwide. The past three years saw these seasoned musicians play dozens of festivals like SAIL 2010, Fiesta Mundial and Lowlands both inside and outside the Netherlands.

Amor Y Muerte 
Zorita spent two years polishing their songs in close collaboration with famed Dutch rock producer Danny Gras before presenting the results to the masses in 2012. Distributed by Suburban, it received universal acclaim in Belgium and the Netherlands. The album immediately soared to the number 1 spot in the Dutch Alternative record charts, outperforming household names like Jack White.

Zorita: El Classico 
Worldwide sportscaster ESPN used the energy of Zoritas song The Clyster of the World to promote El Classico, the Champions League confrontation of Real Madrid and Barcelona. Described by Dutch magazines as world class musicians, every one of them and absolutely sensational both on stage and on CD, radio broadcaster 3FM says Zorita is absolutely unique. 


Release 4 May 2012 - "Amor Y Muerte"


Set List

Rio Grande
Rumba Para Los Muertos
Tank Top
Don't Forget To Breathe
Weeping Willow (Waltz Macabre)
Our Day of Refuge
Close To You
Desaparecido (by Manu Chao, arranged by Zorita)
SeƱor Presidente
Lost At Sea
Dance Me To The End of Love (by Leonard Cohen, arranged by Zorita)
The Clyster of The World