Cristian De La Luna


Saturday, March 21, 2020

Antoine-Gaborieau Hall | 8:00 pm – Doors 7:30 pm | $ 15 – $ 20


Tickets available at

$20 + fees | $15 students + fees


His music is warmth and light. His words are invitations to the party, words of friendship. This rhythms are those of the heart and of the pleasure of life. His voice evokes the urgency of living in the present moment.


Cristian de la Luna was born in Colombia. He grew up in the noisy bustle of Cumbia, Porro and San Juanero. He played the trumpet in a traditional Colombian music g

roup, a “papaya” and percussion in the school brass band, It was there that he found the unalterable passion of his life: music.

When he emigrated to Quebec, at the age of 17, exile and nostalgia served him to compose his first songs, play his first concerts and make his first tours in the province of the “language of Molière” .

The sad and unjust story of his exile from Colombia and the process of adaptation to his adopted country; Canada, have shaped this “new wave” Canadian. A Polyglot, keen on cultural diversity, a human rights activist. Cristian seeks with his music to promote the unification of races and religions, to crush divisions and to dismantle the chronic neglect of those who stop dreaming