Composer’s Panel at Sarasota Music Festival @ Holley Hall
Jun 10 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Panel of women composers featuring Caroline Shaw, Nathalie Joachim, Joan Tower, and Maya Miro Johnson.

Director of Contemporary Chamber Music at The Perlman Music Program @ The Perlman Music Program
Jul 2 – Jul 18 all-day

The Perlman Music Program is a summer program for gifted young musicians. Founded by Toby Perlman, wife of violinist Itzhak Perlman, in 1995, the program is headquartered in Shelter Island, New York. Nathalie joins the faculty again for another year as Director of Contemporary Chamber Music, curating the annual works-in-progress performance of music by living composers.

Faculty at the Bang On A Can Summer Music Institute at Mass MoCA @ Mass MoCA
Jul 19 – Aug 3 all-day

The Bang on a Can Summer Music Institute at MASS MoCA (the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art) is a 3-week musical utopia for innovative composers and performers in the beautiful Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts dedicated entirely to adventurous contemporary music. Nathalie joins the faculty for the first time this season.

Fanm d’Ayiti at Mix at Six @ Harris Theater
Dec 2 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Fanm d'Ayiti at Mix at Six @ Harris Theater | Chicago | Illinois | United States

A celebration of iconic yet under-recognized Haitian female artists, Fanm d’Ayiti (“Women of Haiti”) is an evening-length work for voice, flute, string quartet and electronics developed by composer/performer Nathalie Joachim and featuring Chicago’s own Spektral Quartet.

Equal parts an encounter with Joachim’s Haitian heritage and an effort to give voice to marginalized artists, Fanm d’Ayiti is iridescent in its exhibition of powerful women – in revolution, on stage, or in the home. From the deeply personal – including recorded voices of Joachim’s grandmother and the girls’ choir from her family’s farming village of Dantan – to the inspiringly prominent – featuring arrangements of songs by some of the greatest known female voices in Haitian history and recorded interviews with them about their fight for social justice – Fanm d’Ayiti is an uplifting and thought-provoking sonic experience.

Beginning at 6:00PM, Mix at Six is the series the Chicago Tribune says “ups the cultural ante considerably,” featuring high-energy, relaxed, fast-paced programs after work and opportunities for audiences to engage with featured performers. Drink specials and food will be available for purchase from HT concessions and pop-up food vendors. All Mix at Six performances are about 60–75 minutes in length.