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Cincinnati Symphony premieres Flutronix’s “Black Being”

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 expansion

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The Washington Post – “22 for ’22”

So thrilled and honored to be featured in The Washington Post’s “22 for ’22: Composers and Performers to Watch This Year.” Even more thrilled to see so many dear friends and colleagues included as well. Read the entire article here.

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2021 – 2022 Tour

Bringing a live show to a city near you in 3…2… Cannot wait to hit the road again this season! Here’s the first batch of announced dates. More dates coming sooooon. Tickets: http://www.nathaliejoachim.com/calendar/   

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“Black Being” – One of Chicago’s Top 10 moments

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

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Read: Chicago Symphony’s MusicNOW Concert Review

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,

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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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Diametrically Composed

After a few postponements, due to major events like newborns and a global pandemic, my project “Diametrically Composed,” finally premiered! On Friday, September 17th, as part of Bryant park’s Picnic Performances, Alicia Hall Moran, Gabriela Martinez and I took to

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Maurice Hines: Bring Them Back

This summer I had the enormous pleasure and honor of composing my first film score for the incredible documentary, “Maurice Hines: Bring Them Back.” Directed by John Carluccio, produced by Tracy Hopkins, with Executive Producer Debbie Allen, “Bring Them Back”

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