Jan Seiden Awarded a Smithsonian Grant

Jan Seiden a talented Native American Fluteists was awarded a grant from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian to be Composer, Performer, Sound Engineer and Producer of the soundtrack for the Chickasaw Indian play, Te Ata. Wowzah! The play will show in 2010, in Oklahoma and hopefully at the Smithsonian in DC, as well.

Learn more about Jan at: http://www.janseiden.com

One Response to “Jan Seiden Awarded a Smithsonian Grant”

  • Great news, Te Ata is showing in Washington, DC this July 5 – 8, 2012 at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian! Tickets are free, and can be reserved at: http://nmai.si.edu on the calendar page.
    Many thanks to all those who have supported this work, my family and friends, The Chickasaw Nation, and of course the Ford Foundation and the Smithsonian’s NMAI for providing the funding that has made this music possible.
    The soundtrack will soon be available on CDBaby.com on the artist’s page, Jan Seiden.

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