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Sunday June 30, 2024 at 11:00 a.m.: On the classical piano Nathan Loignon presents us: Wave of Emotions

It is with pleasure that Nathan Loignon opens the doors to his musical world to you. It is with his classic melodies that are both soft and intense that he will make you experience a whole amalgam of emotions. His show is called “Wave of Emotions” and you will understand why on Sunday June 30 at St-Paul Church in Cumberland. With his compositions, he will know how to touch your soul and your heart as he wishes. Close your eyes and let yourself be guided into this melodious world that is that of Nathan accompanied by his piano.

In addition, the Cumberland historic site will donate 20% of the Corporation's revenue to the AIS Beauce-Sartigan. The AIS is an organization for people living with intellectual disabilities.

There melodies and talent have allowed him to play at important galas for various foundations in Montreal, including Autism and Major by Charles Lafortune and Sophie Prégent, Autisme Laurentides and the St-Hubert Foundation. He won Secondary in show at 2 times

covers with his compositions, represented Chaudière-Appalaches as many times during pan-Quebec meetings. For 2 consecutive years, he won the Clermont Pépin St-Georges festival in the composition category. He was named youth personality Etchemins in 2023 during the Etchemins recognition gala for his work and determination despite his autism, dysphasia and ADHD. He knew how to charm the public with his talent. He taught himself the piano. It is only for 2 years that he has been taking lessons to perfect his style and learn how to put his melodies on paper. Note that Nathan has only been playing his instrument since 2020. And when he plays, he becomes one with the piano keys.

Come sing with us!

Here the playlist: All compositions except the last one, a piece by Chopin


The Forest


Waves of Emotions

Just Smile

NightFall no.1

Nightfall no.2


The history of the flower

The train

La campenalla (Mon Arr.)

Raindrop by Chopin



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