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Read: Nathalie featured in Fall 2021 Issue of Portable Gray

On December 2, 2020, the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry at the University of Chicago held a FarBar conversation on storytelling and oral tradition with performer/composer Nathalie Joachim, storyteller Emily Hooper Lansana, and film historian, preservationist, and curator Jacqueline Stewart. They shared with

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Watch: Library of Congress World Premiere Performance

Very honored to share the world premiere performance of Have and Hold written by Allison and performed by Nathalie.  The work was commissioned by The Library of Congress as part of the “Boccaccio Project.” Inspired by Giovanni Boccaccio’s 14th-century work The

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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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Listen: Fanm d’Ayiti Available on All Platforms

Nathalie’s new album Fanm d’Ayiti has finally arrived! It’s like Christmas in August! Read the full press release below, and get ye to Bandcamp, Spotify, Apple Music, or your preferred digital platform to buy and stream the full album today. For

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Watch: CMA First Tuesdays Featured Video

Now, anyone who’s met Nathalie knows that she can talk for days on end, LOL. So she was very excited when Chamber Music America contacted her about being featured in their First Tuesdays educational video series. Check it out as

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Read: Dam Mwen Yo Review in SF Classical Voice

Another fantastic performance of Dam Mwen Yo, Nathalie’s 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

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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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