Nathania de Haan is a singer songwriter who grew up in a small village in the heart of Papua. She was always singing at home and making music some way or another when her parents decided to start her in piano lessons at the age of 9. Years after, when she turned 14 and had moved across oceans to Canada, she started taking vocal and guitar lessons. Nathania started writing music at the beginning of high school, but didn’t focus on song writing until her final year, using it to write about her experiences at the end of high school and then on into the beginning of her college career.
Having completed her three years at Mohawk College, studying Classical Piano and Contemporary Vocals, Nathania graduated in 2018. Throughout college she had the chance to perform at Art Galleries, Theatres, Restaurants and Pubs as both a solo artist and as part of a band. She performed her music on multiple occasions at shows to raise awareness for mental health. A play titled “Hold Mommy’s Cigarette” gave Nathania the chance to display her songwriting and musical talents to a large crowd of theatre-goers, resulting in standing ovation after standing ovation. This inspired Nathania to focus even more on her music and gear it towards raising awareness for issues related to mental health.
Nathania continues to share her original music live and online. In the summer of 2018 she released her first single "Tick Tock" and an original piece "Together" became the theme song for "Above and Beyond", a local TV show. As 2019 begins she is hard at work with plans for an acoustic EP, a full length concept album and music videos.