Press

Read: Aphrochic Magazine features Nathalie Joachim

So proud to have been able to share my own story and represent Haiti in this awesome Q&A featured in the latest issue of Aphrochic Magazine. About my work, the publication says, “In her Grammy-nominated solo debut, Fanm d’Ayiti, Nathalie Joachim’s crisp vocals pair beautifully with her stunning arrangements of flutes, strings, and electronics to […] Read more…

Listen: WUOT Interview on Fanm d’Ayiti

Big Ears Festival was honestly one of the performances I was most looking forward to this season. Very sad that it’s been cancelled, but very glad that WUOT still shared this fun interview that Spektral Quartet‘s Doyle Armbrust  and I did. Hope everyone is staying healthy and safe out there. > Listen to the WUOT […] Read more…

News: Nathalie Tops Grammys Fashion Lists

Although I didn’t come home with a statue (hats off to the queen, Angelique Kidjo), I topped some very awesome best dressed lists for this year’s Grammys! The entire experience – from being nominated for my debut album, to presenting all of the classical awards, to rocking the red carpet – was a life win […] Read more…

Read: The New Yorker features Fanm d’Ayiti

This New Yorker just checked one big bucket list item off of her list: I’ve been immortalized as an illustration in The New Yorker! Not only is the artwork beautiful, the write up is equally fabulous, stating that “No more joyous chamber-music collection has arrived this year than “Fanm d’Ayiti,” the exuberant, expressive song cycle […] Read more…

Read: The New York Times features Fanm d’Ayiti

Always nice to open up your copy of the Sunday issue of The New York Times and see yourself! Even nicer for it to describe Fanm d’Ayiti as a collection of  “delicately entrancing songs for string quartet, flute, and electronics — led by Joachim’s powerful and unpretentious voice”. Swoon! > Read the full story Read more…

Read: The Nation Reviews Fanm d’Ayiti

Wow. I have received many nice reviews in my day, but this one in The Nation is legitimately the review of my dreams for Fanm d’Ayiti – a project that represents all of me. To put myself out there – every piece of me – and be recognized in this way…it’s something. It’s everything really. […] Read more…

Read: Fanm d’Ayiti named Best of Bandcamp

Fanm d’Ayiti just hit the streets, and the press praise is already rolling in! I’m very proud to see the album at the top of Bandcamp’s Best of Contemporary Classical list for August 2019. Among other incredibly kind words they had to say about me and the album, they add “her singing has a measured, crystalline […] Read more…

Read: Making Art in Today’s Social Climate

I had a great time delving into conversation with composers and artists inti figgis-vizueta, duo Mazumal (vocalist Felicia Chen & cellist Olivia J. P. Harris), and Brin Solomon, for a 3-part series of interviews titled “Making Art in Today’s Social Climate,” covered by Annika Socolofsky for National Sawdust Log. We discussed many topics, specifically navigating the complexities of identify within our collective […] Read more…