Nathalie Joachim is a Haitian-American vocalist, flutist, and composer born in Brooklyn, New York. She is a Grammy-nominated artist whose music spans a broad range of genres, including indie-rock, pop, and classical. Some of her works include Discourse, "Land Bridge", and Fanm d’Ayiti.
Joachim attended The Juilliard School and later pursued graduate studies in audio production and sound design at The New School. She is the co-founder of an urban pop art flute duo called Flutronix and also served as former flutist of Eighth Blackbird, a Chicago-based chamber ensemble. She is currently touring her most recent work Fanm d’Ayiti. When she is not touring, Joachim is involved with a variety of different musical education programs; she is the Director of Contemporary Chamber Music at the Perlman Music Program and holds other faculty positions at Princeton University and the University of Hartford, among other institutions.
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