ᑐᖕᖓᓱᒋᑦ Welcome Bienvenue

Our album 'My All to You' won at the Canadian Folk Music Awards for the Pushing the Boundaries category on December 1st, 2018 in Calgary. 

NPR Music - All Songs Considered - April 5, 2018

PRESS RELEASE - March 6, 2018

COMMUNIQUÉ - 6 mars, 2018 

We're always happy to play music for any kind of events, including weddings. We have a list of many original songs in Inuktitut and English and we play a large variety of popular hits from the 80's to the present day!


Upcoming shows

Previous events


Eat+Do Good

Lawrence Restaurant , 5201 St-Laurent blvd. , Montreal

Prepare to EAT+DO GOOD to fight the suicide crisis in our indigenous communities.

Lawrence restaurant is opening on their night off to help us DOsomething! WeDoSomething Montreal has partnered with Dialogue For Life, an indigenous-run organization that organizes a 6-day conference every year to train and support those who fight suicide in these communities, and offers workshops and support to friends and family who need to grieve those they've lost. Your ticket and donations (yes there is a pure donation button if you cannot attend) will buy you dinner, and will help pay the travel and accommodation expenses of indigenous youth from affected communities, so that they can fly into and stay in Montreal during the conference (flights cost between $1500-$2300, accommodation is $1500 and food $500, per person). Expect excellent cocktails and beautiful music from some very beautiful indigenous artists. And as always, bring cash for our fun-raising raffle prizes! Space is limited.


Rendez-vous Canada

Palais des Congrès, Montreal

Acoustic performance set and also throat sing with Evie Mark for Rendez-vous Canada organized by the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada and Aboriginal Tourism Quebec

Eat+Do Good

Nora Gray , 1391 St-Jacques, Montreal

Hosted by WeDoSomething Montreal

Prepare to fun-raise for the Native Women's Shelter of Montreal, which offers shelter to indigenous women and their children who suffer from domestic abuse, or need a place to heal. The goal is to raise the $6,000 that remain for them to buy a van that will allow them to transport their clients back and forth from doctors appointments and court dates.

There will be fabulous musical guests...so don't be late. They're also raffling off prints made by some Montreal's best street artists and more...Dinner is included in the price of your ticket, but not drinks.

Annual Spring Equinox 2016

Bronson Centre, 221 Bronson Ave., Ottawa

Beatrice Deer will be Emeeing the Annual Spring Equinox Celebration of Tungasuvvingat Inuit of Ottawa. This free event is for all ages and everyone is welcome.

Line up: Twin Flames, Nunavut Sivuniksavut, OKA fashions by Tanya Innaarulik, Mikka Komaksiutiksak & Janice Oolayou, Kilautiup Songuninga, Joshua Stripbbell, Joy Sevigny, Donna Kimmiliardjuk, Boyce Campbell, Veronica Puskas, Taylor DeVos and Stan Nochasak.

Nuit Blanche Montreal

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Musée McCord Museum, 690, rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal

Beatrice Deer and Pauyungie Nutaraaluk will be performing some Inuit throat singing at Montreal's Nuit Blanche at the McCord. It's a free event!

For more details, please visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1025863967435358/ or http://www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/fr/activites/nuit-blanche-au-musee-mccord/


Beatrice Deer and Evie Mark

Module du Nord - YMCA, Montreal

Evie Mark and Beatrice Deer will be throat singing and singing traditional songs for Nunavik Inuit hospital patients staying at Module du Nord-YMCA in Montreal.

Taqramiut Nipingat 40th Anniversary Gala

Centre Mont Royal, 2200 Rue Mansfield, Montreal

Taqramiut Nipingat (TNI) is celebrating 40 years this year. For the occasion, TNI is hosting a fundraiser gala, where guests will enjoy live music, great food, an awards ceremony, silent auctions and much more. For more information about this fundraiser, email jgrenier@taqramiut.qc.ca or call 514-636-0999 ext. 102

Planet IndigenUs

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Woodland Cultural Centre , 184 Mohawk Street, Brantford ON

350 artists. 10 days. A global exploration of contemporary Indigenous civilizations. Since 2004, Planet IndigenUS has been raising public awareness, breaking stereotypes and fostering a cross-cultural dialogue between Canadians. Enjoy music, art, food and ideas from First Nations communities across Canada and Indigenous peoples around the world. (source: http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/planetindigenus/2015/)



Symposium International sur le Développement Nordique

Quebec City

Throat singing with Sylvia Cloutier