Listen: On Being with Krista Tippett

Let me just say that if you don’t feel like reading my heartfelt musings, I invite you to skip right on to this link that goes directly to my episode of On Being with Krista Tippett ( http://onbeing.org/…/nathalie-joachim-song-of-haitis-women…/ ), but today is special to me for so many reasons: It’s International Women’s Day. It is now officially less […] Read more…

Listen: Resonant Bodies Podcast

Issa podcast, friends! I cannot wait to be featured on Chicago’s first ever Resonant Bodies Festival, April 6-8. You should go the whole festival, but my set is on April 8th at 7:30pm, sharing the stage with Pamela Z and Jessie Marino aka…ICONIC QUEENS. I met up with Resonant Bodies Artistic Director, Lucy Dhegrae, to chat […] Read more…

Read: Resonant Bodies Announces 2018 Chicago Festival

Nathalie is super proud to have been named a featured artist on the first ever Chicago edition of the Resonant Bodies Festival. The festival will take place Friday through Sunday, April 6-8, at Constellation! On April 8, Nathalie will present selections from here SPCO + Liquid Music Commissioned work, Fanm d’Ayiti, featuring original music alongside songs of the […] Read more…

Watch: Juilliard Snapshot Video Feature

In The Juilliard School’s latest snapshot series feature, Nathalie shares her experiences as a former student in Juilliard’s Pre-College program. She describes how being surrounded by so many talented students helped show her what it takes to be a professional musician, and explains how her Pre-College experience drove her desire to take the next steps in her […] Read more…

Watch: MAP Minute: What is MAP?

As an alumna and former faculty of the Music Advancement Program, Nathalie talks about how MAP is Juilliard’s version of a great community music school for growing young artists. Learn more at http://juilliard.edu/map. Read more…

Read: Taking Action to Find Hope

My latest Liquid Music blog post for Fanm d’Ayiti is up on the site! “As an artist, you sometimes forget that the forces of the world may from time to time bring your ability to create to a grinding halt. Because our creative work is so deeply tied to our inner work, it is easy to forget […] Read more…

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra CONNECT Program

“Now in its 22nd year, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra’s CONNECT program serves students in grades 1-5 in twelve Minneapolis and Saint Paul public schools and in three elementary schools around the state of Minnesota and is free of charge to all partnering schools. The program provides supplementary music education resources to students, curriculum and support […] Read more…

Hurricane Matthew Relief Fund for Dantan, Haiti

Dear Friends,   As many of you know, a little over a month ago, the eye of Hurricane Matthew hit my family’s home community of Dantan, just outside of Les Cayes, Haiti.  My dad, who moved back home after retiring, was there for the hurricane and watched as 85% of the community was left homeless and […] Read more…

I Care If You Listen: 5 Questions to Kate Nordstrum

Kate Nordstrum is the curator of St. Paul Chamber Orchestra’s Liquid Music Series, which just kicked off its fifth season. Liquid Music brings artists to venues around the Twin Cities to present new works, often in experimental formats and with new collaborations. This season’s roster of artists includes Colin Stetson, Roomful of Teeth with Nick Zammuto, David […] Read more…