‘My music students created an album in lockdown’


Grammy-nominated flautist and composer Nathalie Joachim spent a year working on a special project with her students at the Kaufman Music Center in New York City.

The artist-in-residence and her 10th grade class were due to perform their piece of work in April.

Then the coronavirus pandemic hit.

But Nathalie and her pupils found a way around it – and created an album in the process.

Video by Bill McKenna. Some clips provided courtesy of Kaufman Music Center and Hooray Films.

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