Read: Nathalie featured in Fall 2021 Issue of Portable Gray

On December 2, 2020, the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry at the University of Chicago held a FarBar conversation on storytelling and oral tradition with performer/composer Nathalie Joachim, storyteller Emily Hooper Lansana, and film historian, preservationist, and curator Jacqueline Stewart. They shared with the online audience insight into their personal storytelling practices, and then […] Read more…

Watch: Nathalie Performs for International Women’s Day

Nathalie was very honored to perform at an International Women’s Day event hosted by the World Bank’s Social Sustainability and Inclusion Global Practice, alongside champions of change and pioneering women leaders. The event featured Victoria Kwakwa (Vice President of World Bank East Asia and Pacific), Louise Cord (World Bank Director for Social Sustainability and Inclusion) […] Read more…

Read: Outpost features Nathalie

Check out Outpost’s exclusive profile on Nathalie, where she opens up about her journey as an artist, saying “it took a long time for me to claim the title, composer and vocalist. The people I saw being given that title and owning it did not look like me, did not live like me.” > Read […] Read more…

Read: Elysian Magazine features Nathalie

Grab the latest issue of Elysian Magazine for a wonderful profile of Nathalie’s life and career, a journey “from Juilliard to the Grammys”. > Read the article Read more…

Listen: More Than A Crush Podcast features Nathalie

Check out the latest episode of More Than A Crush, a podcast hosted by Nathalie’s dear friends and boss ladies extraordinaire, Marion Bolognesi (artist & designer) and Kim Beury (therapist).  The episode, entitled “Home is Where the Heart Is” features Nathalie discussing her music, connections to place and family, and what makes a place feel […] Read more…

Read: The NY Times 25 Best Classical Music Tracks includes “Dam Mwen Yo”

Ending the year on a high note, by making the The New York Times 25 Best Classical Music Tracks list! Nathalie’s solo cello work Dam mwen yo (performed by cellist Amanda Gookin on her Bright Shiny Things release, “Forward Music Project 1.0“) makes the list, and The Times cites that “even when brief and minimalist, Nathalie […] Read more…

Listen: Sound Off Podcast featuring Nathalie

Sound Off with Katy Henriksen features in-depth conversations about music that challenges the status quo—hybrid sounds that fall through the cracks because they aren’t easily labeled.  Check out the latest episode featuring Nathalie. > Listen to the episode Read more…

Read: SF Classical Voice Reviews Fanm d’Ayiti Live Stream

After the recent premiere of the live concert stream of Joachim’s Fanm d’Ayiti, presented by and taped exclusively for Cal Performances, SF Classical Voice delivers a rave review.  Describing a tender moment in the performance shared with the recorded voice of Joachim’s grandmother, they write, “Dense, soothing moments like these — where family history, musical […] Read more…

Read: Daily Californian reviews Fanm d’Ayiti Live Stream

  The Daily Californian reviews the Cal Performances live stream of Joachim’s Fanm d’Ayiti, calling it, “an exquisite integration of the ancestral and the modern.” > Read the full review > Watch the Fanm d’Ayiti Live Stream Read more…

Read: New York Times highlights “Fanm d’Ayiti”

  The New York Times calls Joachim’s Fanm d’Ayiti “unmistakably ambitious”, naming the upcoming Cal Performances live concert stream of the work one of the highlights of October. > Read the full story Read more…