Check out the latest episode of the Scoring Notes podcast for a fun conversation between Flutronix and podcast co-hosts Philip Rothman and David MacDonald. Scoring Notes is a fantastic resource for composers, and the podcast features regular discussions with the
We are thrilled to announce that Nathalie is joining the composition faculty at Princeton University beginning in fall 2022. Nathalie is honored and delighted to be joining the Princeton University community. She looks forward to forging new relationships with her
“Rubix” with Third Coast Percussion Now Available Flutronix’s collaboratively composed work with Third Coast Percussion, “Rubix”, is now available for streaming on the GRAMMY®-Award winning ensemble’s latest album, which explores the myriad ways that classical music is being created today.
On April 14, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra presented the orchestral world premiere performance of Flutronix’s Black Being. The powerful work centered newly commissioned text by North Carolina’s Poet Laureate, Jaki Shelton Greene, and featured Flutronix as soloists. This orchestration, was an
I am beyond thrilled, humbled, and honored to be The Cleveland Orchestra’s newest Daniel R. Lewis Composer Fellow. I look forward to working with one of the finest orchestras in the world, while familiarizing myself with the people and stories
The Chicago Tribune has included Flutronix’s project “Black Being” as one of Chicago’s Top 10 moments in classical music, opera and jazz that defined 2021. Writer Hannah Edgar writes that “Black Being” was “the most stunning live performance I saw
Nathalie’s woodwind quintet Seen was on the program for Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s first MusicNOW concert of the season, curated by CSO Composer-In-Residence Jessie Montgomery. The Chicago Tribune gave a wonderful review of the concert and Nathalie’s work, saying, “her fresh,