Press Feature

Read: Dam Mwen Yo Review in SF Classical Voice

Another fantastic performance of Dam Mwen Yo, my work for solo cello and recorded sound, by cellist (and commissioner) Amanda Gookin as part of her Forward Music Project, this time in Los Angeles. SF Classical writes, “Joachim’s piece Dam Mwen Yo concentrated on the voices of the Haitian women in her life — her mother, aunts, […] 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…

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…

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…

Artists and Their Instruments: The Magical Flute

Nathalie Joachim explains why she plays the flute and demonstrates its versatility in a performance of Valerie Coleman’s “Danza de la Mariposa.” Watch the full episode in Juilliard Open Studios, download the app: http://bit.ly/JuilliardOpenStudios. Read more…

“Ghostlight”, Washington Post Review

eighth blackbird premiered their latest commission, Ghostlight, by David T. Little at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts‘ Terrace Theater.  The Washington Post hailed Joachim for being “an edgy multi-genre performance artist who has long been pushing boundaries with her flute.” > Read the full story Read more…

Nathalie to Join Grammy Winning Ensemble eighth blackbird

eighth blackbird announces new flutist Nathalie Joachim; Three-time Grammy winning ensemble also bids a fond farewell to departing flutist Tim Munro             After nine years, flutist Tim Munro will leave eighth blackbird at the end of the 2014-15 season. New York based flutist Nathalie Joachim will move to Chicago in August to take up this position for […] Read more…

Feature on Music Blog “Noted Endeavors”

Flutronix appears in a featured episode of Noted Endeavors, a video blog that celebrates individuals and ensembles who’ve successfully created their own opportunities, hosted by renowned flutist Eugenia Zukerman and violinist Emily Ondracek-Peterson. In this clip, also featured on Musical America, the duo discusses their experience in music publishing. Read more…

Feature in “FUDGE”, Japanese Fashion Magazine

Japanese fans can head out to newsstands to read about Flutronix in the latest issue of FUDGE.  The magazine, which is known for being a leading cultured source for fashion, music, movies and art, features a full page interview with the NYC duo, and a great review of their latest album, 2.0.  Kawaii desu ne?! //Read […] Read more…