Tanya Tagaq

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RETRIBUTION is Tagaq's portrait of a violent world in crisis, hovering on the brink of destruction. It's a complex, exhilarating, howling protest that links lack of respect for women's rights to lack of respect for the planet, to lack of respect for Indigenous rights. It's an album about celebrating the great strength of women.

In a late night show, Tanya Tagaq will perform music from her new album Retribution. Tagaq will be joined by musical chameleon Christine Duncan, and her storied 5-octave vocal range. The two are very different artists, yet Tagaq and Duncan find common ground in their improvisational approach, both using their voices as instruments that explore tone, timbre, and texture.

The program will begin with a screening of the short film Tungijuq (What We Eat). In it, Tagaq and Cannes-winning filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk talk back to Brigitte Bardot and the anti-seal hunting lobby about the eternal reality of hunting.

For more information, visit tanyatagaq.com

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Special Package Discount: For $40, see both nights of Tanya Tagaq at YBCA! Purchase package here »

Regular Admission: $25 in advance / $30 at the door

Student, Senior, Teacher: $22 in advance / $27 at the door
Available in advance at our Box Office or by phone: 415-978-2787.

YBCA Member: $20

All-Access Member & Curatorial Circle Members: Free

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RETRIBUTION Trailer

Credits

The Leslie and Merle Rabine 2016-17 Performance Season is made possible in part by: Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, The William and Flora Hewitt Foundation, and Panta Rhea Foundation.

Additional Funding for YBCA Performances 16-17: Surdna Foundation, Salesforce.com, and Zellerbach Family Foundation.

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Lead Image: Tanya Tagaq by Nadya Kwandibens