"Taqralik Partridge is originally from Kuujjuaq, Nunavik, in Arctic Quebec. She is a spoken word artist, writer, and throatsinger of Inuit and Scottish heritage. As an urban Inuk, she speaks to city life in the south with a style grounded in the tradition of Inuit storytelling blended with “urban speak.” She weaves real-life stories with rhyme, lullaby, and throatsinging. She has toured the Canadian Arctic with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. She now lives in Montreal." - Ogamas Aboriginal Literary Festival 2009
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Taqralik Partridge performs at the Words Aloud 7 Spoken Word Festival in Durham, Ontario, Canada, November 2010. Visit the festival at HYPERLINK "http://www.wordsaloud.ca" www.wordsaloud.ca. Check out Exploring Contemporary Canadian Voices: the Spoken Word, at HYPERLINK "http://www.wordsaloud.ca/studyguide" www.wordsaloud.ca/studyguide. For the Words Aloud award winning feature documentary visit HYPERLINK "http://www.wordsaloud.ca/documentary" www.wordsaloud.ca/documentary.