Probably you never heard anything like this, Tanya Tagaq’s song is something unclassifiable, beautiful and at the same time obscure. We are talking about one of Canada’s most important artists, a winner of the Juno Awards or the prestigious Polaris Music Prize, having won that year alongside names like Arcade Fire and Drake.
Tanya Tagaq uses the secular tradition of the Inuit Vocal Game (the traditional song of the Eskimos) to compose, from a perfect technique of inhalation and exhalation. It fuses elements of punk rock, metal and electronic.
Her fifth album, released in March 2019, received great praise and critical attention from the international press, she was the cover of The Wire magazine in May of this year. Member of the Order of Canada, a status awarded only to the most important personalities of that country, in 2019 we can find her in the program 60 minutes of the American chain CBS.
Known for presenting intense, visceral and physical performances. Tanya Tagaq has toured the world, including Carnegie Hall in New York. Tanya will be responsible for the opening concert of the L Concerts.