|Birth||2 October 1965, Minsk, Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, Lithuanian–Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, Belarus|
|Death||17 May 2014, Minsk, Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, Lithuanian–Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, Belarus (aged 48 years)|
Źmicier Sidarovič (Belarusian: Зьміцер Сідаровіч) (2 October 1965 – 17 May 2014) – Belarusian musician, singer, piper. Leader of well known in mid-1990s Belarusian band Kamiełot. Collected folklore.
Źmicier Sidarovič's grandfather – Miečysłaŭ moved to Miensk from Śkirmuntava village (near Kojdanava) in 1938.
Źmicier Sidarovič was an engineer by profession.
He started writing songs in 1980. Started writing in Belarusian in 1984 after a trip to Padliašša.
In 1991 he started the Kamiełot band. He is an author of a poetry book Try Žałudy (Three acorns) and a reference book Vialikija Muzyki XX Stahodździa (Great musicians of the 20th century).
In 2000 Sidarovič together with bands Stary Olsa and Contredanse recorded an album Vir (released in 2001).
In 2008 he started the Na Taku band, which organised traditional dancing parties in Žar-Ptuška café (Minsk) until 2011 and then in other places.