Flutist and composer Nathalie Joachim, “an edgy multi-genre performance artist who has long been pushing boundaries with her flute” (The Washington Post), brings her infectious passion for music and living tradition to Saint Paul in the culmination of her Liquid Music Virtual Residency. “Fanm d’Ayiti” (“Women of Haiti”) explores Haitian song and the role of women’s voices in Haitian music culture, tracking international influences and telling stories of political exile, cultural affirmation and independence
Nathalie joins the faculty of (R)evolution Resonant Bodies at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity.
RBF teams up with Banff Centre and summer program co-artistic directors Claire Chase and Steve Schick for (R)evolution Resonant Bodies. (R)evolution: Resonant Bodies, the world’s foremost gathering of adventurous vocalists, offers participants the opportunity to perform, create, collaborate, and experiment with their voices in an environment that encourages creativity and exploration. Led by a faculty of world-renowned artists, participants will explore the voice in its many forms, engaging vocal practices that span centuries and world traditions.