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Read: “The Nation” review of Fanm d’Ayiti

Nathalie’s new album was recently reviewed by The Nation! In Nathalie’s own words- “Wow. I have received many nice reviews in my day, but this one in The Nation is legitimately the review of my dreams for Fanm d’Ayiti –

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Read: A Look into Hans Zimmer’s Return to Pride Rock

After 25 years, Hans Zimmer returns to The Lion King with the Re-Collective Orchestra, of which Allison was co-principal flutist. In a recent article, NPR revisits Zimmer’s Disney origin story, and his collaboration with the legendary Lebo M. (who contributed

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Listen: Off the Pills Podcast

Nathalie and Allison sat down with hosts Vladimir and Miguel of the “Off the Pills” podcast, housed by the Teen Action & Support Center (TASC), when they were in Northwest Arkansas. They discussed their progress on their project, Discourse, as a

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Listen: Lion King Soundtrack

So excited to announce that Allison was the co-principal flutist playing on the new live adaptation of Disney’s The Lion King original motion picture soundtrack! She had an amazing time in Los Angeles working with the Re-Collective Orchestra, playing Hans

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Read: Making Art in Today’s Social Climate

Nathalie was recently featured in a 3-part series of interviews titled “Making Art in Today’s Social Climate,” covered by Annika Socolofsky for National Sawdust Log. In conversation with composers and artists inti figgis-vizueta, duo Mazumal (vocalist Felicia Chen & cellist Olivia J. P. Harris), and Brin

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Read: Forward Music Project 2.0

In 2017, both Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull were commissioned to write pieces for Amanda Gookin’s Forward Music Project. These pieces will be performed again in a second iteration of the project, presented by National Sawdust, as a part of

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Read: I Care If You Listen Concert Review

Nathalie was recently asked to step in and join the exceedingly awesome lineup for the Resonant Bodies Festival, NYC edition. Splitting a bill with two incredibly talented women, Jen Shyu and Caroline Shaw, she got a chance to share some

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