News: New Amsterdam Records to release Fanm d’Ayiti on August 30

ANNOUNCING: Nathalie Joachim’s Fanm d’Ayiti debut album from Haitian-American composer, flutist, and vocalist alongside Grammy-nominated Spektral Quartet, out August 30! Learn more and pre-order here “A unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming and soulful vocals” – Wall Street Journal on Nathalie Joachim “They have everything: a supreme technical command that seems to come […] Read more…

News: Kaufman Center Announces Nathalie’s 2019-20 Artist Residency

This fall, Kaufman Music Center will launch a new Artist-in-Residence program that embeds acclaimed, multi-faceted artists who are transforming the music world within a broad range of KMC programs spanning the concert stage and the classroom. The 2019-20 artists are: JACK Quartet, a 2019 Avery Fisher Career Grant winner hailed as the “nation’s most important quartet” (New York […] 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…

News: The Momentary Announces Artist-in-Residence Program

  The Momentary just announced that Flutronix will be featured as one of the Artists-in-Residence for their spring program! The Momentary is a brand new multi-disciplinary arts space, created by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. As a part of Flutronix’s residency, they will partner with local organizations for their project, Discourse, to create work […] Read more…

Read: 21CM Guest Curator

I was recently featured as a guest curator for 21CM! As guest curator, I chose different people, organizations, and projects that inspire me, as a part our 21CM’s POP Picks Initiative. In February, I wrote about Ambrose Akinmusire’s “Origami Harvest,” Elena Urioste and Melissa White’s Intermission Sessions, Lucy Dhegrae‘s Resonant Bodies Festival, Arooj Aftab, and Underground […] Read more…

Read: Forward Music Project 2.0

In 2017, both Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull were commissioned to write pieces for Amanda Gookin’s Forward Music Project. These pieces will be performed again in a second iteration of the project, presented by National Sawdust, as a part of the Kennedy Center’s DIRECT CURRENT Festival, which is a two-week celebration of contemporary culture. Forward […] Read more…

Listen: Flute Unscripted Podcast

Flutronix had a great time chatting with Caity Massoud at the Flute Center of New York for the Flute Unscripted Podcast. They recalled how they first met, and their fond respective memories as faculty at the Juilliard Music Advancement Program. They also discussed Flutronix’s most current project Discourse. As a part of their residency at […] Read more…

Read: I Care If You Listen Concert Review

I was recently asked to step in and join the exceedingly awesome lineup for the Resonant Bodies Festival, NYC edition. I split a bill with two incredibly talented women, Jen Shyu and Caroline Shaw, and I got a chance to share some fun solo arrangements of excerpts from Fanm d’Ayiti (Women of Haiti). I Care If […] Read more…

Listen: Flutronix on WUNC

Flutronix was on the radio! We spent an awesome week down in Chapel Hill, NC, where we’ll be in residence at the University of North Carolina for the next two years. For those of you who don’t know, we’ve been commissioned by Carolina Performing Arts to develop our latest project,  Discourse: a new site-specific evening-length performance piece […] Read more…

Read: Flutronix Profile in Indy Week

Very happy about this interview I did in Indy Week. It’s a thorough profile of Flutronix‘s latest project, Discourse, commissioned by Carolina Performing Arts, and highlights our commitment to using art as a way to connect with people and communities in order to process the challenging times we’re living in. “I really do feel that artists […] Read more…