What they're saying:

"Calling Tanya Tagaq an Inuit throat singer is like calling Yo-Yo Ma a cello player. Sure, it's accurate, but it's not the whole of what he does. Like Ma, Tagaq is the best of what she does - innovative, inspired."
- The National Post

"The Jimi Hendrix of Inuit throat singing"
- David Harrington, Kronos Quartet

One Yellow Rabbit presents

Tanya Tagaq In Concert With Nanook Of The North

Tagaq Music

Cambridge Bay, Canada

2014 Polaris Music Prize winner, Tanya Tagaq can capture the most ethereal moments of desire or find the deepest, huskiest, beating pulse with her voice and breath.

Her intense, evocative vocalizations, based on Inuit throat singing traditions, help reclaim the controversial 1922 film Nanook of the North.

Tagaq, along with percussionist Jean Martin and violinist Jesse Zubot perform a live accompaniment to the film's silent images of life in an early 20th-century Inuit communityin Northern Quebec.

Tagaq employs exquisite improvisations with traditional roots, a style she has perfected over a decade of performances on major stages worldwide.