2007 Performed the National Anthem for the U.S. Army Materiel Command Headquarters, Office of Public and Congressional Affairs, Fort Belvoir, VA
2008 release of Memory of Time CD, ranked #19 by New Age Reporter
2009 grant from the Ford Foundation in partnership with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and playwright JudyLee Oliva for the composition, recording and engineering of the soundtrack for the Chickasaw play, “Te Ata.”
Soundtracks featuring Ms. Seiden’s flute music:
The U.S. Botanic Garden’s audio guided tour (Washington, DC)
The Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum’s promotional video (St. Leonard, MD)
Ms. Seiden received her initial experience in audio engineering through Mitran Mitran Studio in Chicago, IL. Mitran Mitran Studio held a 5-year contract as Music Producer for Harpo Productions and the Oprah Winfrey Show. They currently provide music for the Dr. Oz Show.
Ms. Seiden’s professional career includes a Master of Science degree from Johns Hopkins University, Bachelor of Science from Cornell University, and 22 years in biomedical research and administrative management in the field of Integrative Medicine.