The Resonant Bodies Festival—“in equal measures intelligent, playful, ambitious and moving” (New York Times)—is a festival of contemporary vocal music that presents nine dynamic vocalists across three nights. The Festival showcases “today’s most talented singers… seamlessly blend[ing] classical, avant-garde and indie-folk” (Feast of Music). Vocalists are invited to curate and perform in their own 45-minute sets, with no restrictions on repertoire, format, or style. This freedom gives each show a “happy zealousness, where the singers’ enthusiasm for their repertoire [is] contagious” (Sequenza 21). Nathalie Joachim joins Caroline Shaw and Jen Shyu for the second night of the New York festival, presenting solo excerpts and arrangements from her Liquid Music Series commissioned work, Fanm d’Ayiti (Women of Haiti).