Nathalie Joachim is a Grammy-nominated flutist, composer, and vocalist. The Brooklyn born Haitian-American artist is hailed for being “a fresh and invigorating cross-cultural voice”.
(The Nation). She is co-founder of the critically acclaimed urban art pop duo, Flutronix. Upcoming compositions include Discourse, an evening-length performance, community engagement and social change initiative commissioned by Carolina Performing Arts; new solo works for cellist Seth Parker Woods and violinist Yvonne Lam; and larger scale chamber works for So Percussion, Lorelei Ensemble, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus and Duo Noire. Joachim’s debut solo album, Fanm d’Ayiti with Spektral Quartet is available on New Amsterdam Records. She holds faculty positions at the Perlman Music Program, Bang On a Can Summer Festival and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, is a teaching artist for The Juilliard-Nord Anglia Performing Arts Programme, and is the former flutist of Eighth Blackbird.