Serafin Zubiri
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Serafin Zubiri
Serafín Zubiri
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Serafín Zubiri with his guide dog, Xifo
Background information
Serafín Lizoain Vidondo
Born (1964-04-20) 20 April 1964 (age 54)
Pamplona (Navarre), Spain

Serafín Lizoain Vidondo (born on 20 April 1964 in Pamplona, Spain) better known as Serafín Zubiri is a singer, composer and piano player.


Zubiri is a blind singer and pianist who has represented Spain twice in the Eurovision Song Contest. He was the vocalist for the group Equus until 1987. In 1992, he recorded the Spanish soundtrack for the Disney film Beauty and the Beast. That same year, he went to the Swedish city of Malmö to represent Televisión Española (TVE) at the Eurovision Song Contest 1992 with the ballad "Todo esto es la música". In 2000, he won Eurocanción 2000, a contest organized by TVE, and thus represented Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest 2000 in Stockholm, with the song "Colgado de un sueño" by Chema Purón.

He has also worked in radio and hosted the program for Disabled Unlimited (local TV in Pamplona). He starred alongside Marta Sánchez in the musical play called La magia de Broadway, which premiered at the Teatro Lara in Madrid in October 2000. In 2005, he was appointed vice president of the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA). In 2007, he competed in the TVE show Mira quién baila, the Spanish version of Dancing With the Stars (where he was runner up). On 14 April 2008 he joined the Argentine version of the same show. He has also showed his skills in other international franchises of this show. In 2013 he competed in the Spanish version of Splash!, broadcast on Antena 3.


  • 1987: Inténtalo
  • 1988: Pedaleando
  • 1991: Detrás del viento
  • 1992: Te veo con el corazón
  • 1995: Un hombre nuevo
  • 2000: Colgado de un sueño
  • 2008: Colgado de un sueño (re-release for Argentina)
  • 2010: Sigo aquí
  • 2012: X una causa justa

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