News: Nathalie named 2020 United States Artists Fellow

United States Artists (USA) has announced its 2020 USA Fellows, and Nathalie Joachim is among them. The press release states that “this year, fifty artists across ten creative disciplines will receive unrestricted $50,000 cash awards. The award honors their creative accomplishments and supports their ongoing artistic and professional development.” “We are so honored to celebrate […] Read more…

Listen: Fanm d’Ayiti featured on NPR’s “Here and Now”

Haitian American flutist, vocalist and composer Nathalie Joachim’s first featured solo album “Fanm d’Ayiti” has earned her a Grammy nomination for Best World Music Album. Joachim joins Here & Now’s Tonya Mosley to discuss how her album celebrates her Haitian heritage and some of the country’s unrecognized female artists. > Listen here Read more…

News: Nathalie Announced as Presenter for the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Premiere Ceremony

The official word is out: I, Nathalie Joachim, will be a presenter at the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony…and I am beyond thrilled! Being nominated is such an enormous honor already, so this is just the very best icing on the cake. Set your clocks and calendars, and tune in on Sunday, January 26. […] Read more…

News: Nathalie Joachim Named Sō Percussion’s Inaugural Composition Fellow

Long known for its work creating and performing new repertoire, including some of the most influential and characteristic works of the first decades of the 21st century, Sō Percussion is pleased to announce the creation of the Andrew W. Siegel Composition Fellowship. A two-year appointment, the Andrew W. Siegel Composition Fellowship honors an emerging composer whose work […] Read more…

News: Fanm d’Ayiti Receives Grammy Nomination

I am speechless. My album, Fanm d’Ayiti – is a labor of love that was made possible by my incredible creative team, my family and the people of Haiti. Today, it was nominated for a Grammy in the Best World Music Album category, and I am so incredibly proud. Huge thanks to Spektral Quartet (Clara Lyon, Maeve […] 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…