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Inukshuk High School , Iqaluit, NU

Back to Iqaluit by popular demand, Beatrice Deer is a singer, seamstress and advocate for good health from the tiny Nunavik village of Quaqtaq. Beatrice has four albums under her belt, including an award winner for Best Inuit Cultural Album at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards. We’re excited for her newest album’s release this spring. Beatrice’s advocacy for Inuit culture, healthy food and healthy lifestyles has made her a role model for many Inuit, young and old.



Spirit Walk 2018 Marche en solidarité avec la FFAM

George-Étienne Cartier Monument, Mont-Royal , Montreal

Beatrice accompanied by her guitarist play for a fundraiser.


Register as a Spirit Walker, collect pledges online and raise money for the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal: www.raiseathon.ca/SpiritWalk2018

As a Spirit Walker you are helping to keep the women and children of the Shelter safe and connected to their traditional healing practices. The money you raise will pay for the summer Healing Retreat for the women and children of the Shelter.


Bergen International Festival

Grieghallen, Peer Gynt Hall, Bergen, Norway

Beatrice Deer and throat-singing partner Pauyungie Nutaraaluk join Arctic Icemusic.

"The mild sound of the ice.

Ice currant, iceberg, ice bass, isofon. Ever since the dream of incorporating ice in the instrumental collection became reality in 1999, Terje Isungset has been working on exploring the ice-cube's skin-shaking sound image. On stage, he has a string of singing, joke, vowels and video projections that provide the framework for an insight into the world of ice. Both the instruments and the music, performed by artists from Norway, Canada, Russia and Sweden, have been watching internationally.

Terje Isungset ice-cream, isophonic, ishorn, icecream | Beatrice Deer, Pauyungie Nutaraaluk, Radik Tyulyush (Huun-Huur-Tu) Tongsang | Sara Marielle Gaup Beaska Joik | Maria Skranes vocal, electronics, ice creams | Arve Henriksen trumpet, vocal | Anders Jormin double bass | Anastasia Isachsen video, light design | Atle Sekkingstad sound design"




Théatre Outremont , 1248 avenue Bernard Ouest, Outremont, Qc

Beatrice Deer and throat-singing partner Pauyungie Nutaraaluk join HUMÀ ensemble, winner of the Montréal Muse competition organized by Vision Diversité, has earned the privilege of performing at the Théâtre Outremont, on April 14 at 8 p.m.

HUMÀ is composed of Doriane Fabreg (Dobacaracol), Caroline St-Louis (Give), Blaise Margail (Gypsy Kumbia Orchestra, Cali) and Stephan Ritch (Give): 4 letters, 4 artists, and the 4 major stars of the Ursa Major constellation, the source of numerous tales and legends. Their warm voices and poignant lyrics grace a musical score that combines vocal harmonies, grooves, beatbox, percussion, guitars, keyboards and brass. What results is a kind of travel log , a multi-coloured tapestry of influences. Their concert is one of sharing, at once unique and grandiose.

Opera-trained Caroline St-Louis and her husband Stephan Ritch, an accomplished guitarist and jazz composer-arranger, are the driving forces behind the group GIVE.

Steeped in jazz and R & B, Doriane Fabreg co-founded the now-defunct group DOBACARACOL, the winner of a Disque d’or and numerous awards. She has enjoyed immense success on both local and international stages for over a decade.

Finally, Blaise Margail, a versatile French-Catalan-Québécoise musician, has an impressive track record that includes hundreds of highly diverse concerts in both Europe and the Americas.

For its show at Théâtre Outremont, HUMÀ will be opening up new horizons with the help of various special guests. What could be better than a group of friends, musicians with completely different backgrounds and influences from around the world sharing the stage! Joining the group will be Mamselle Ruiz (Mexico), Beatrice Arnatuinnaq Deer (Nunavik), Tomas Jensen (Argentina) and the La Clique Vocale choir. Over the course of this one-of-a-kind evening, a new and unusual path, from south to north, will be gloriously traversed.