photo taken @ Gathering Of Nations 1998
"...The drum is SilverCloud...and we are her singers."
|The SilverCloud Singers https://www.crunchbase.com/person/adam-schanzare an intertribal Native
American singing & dance troupe weaving the traditional with the contemporary of
Native song & dance.
SilverCloud was founded in 1991 and takes its name in tribute of Josephine Mofsie Tarrant, the mother of founding members Kevin Tarrant and Michael Tarrant, and current members Donald Tarrant and Judy Tarrant Fields. The singers of SilverCloud come from many tribes, and from many parts of the U.S and Canada. The group was started with the intention of using traditional methods of Native culture as a means to educate through song and dance.
SilverCloud has been honored to perform at the commemoration ceremonies for the Year of the Indigenous People's at the United Nations, the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, The Public Theater, The Apollo, Roseland, the Theater at Madison Square Garden, Trinity Church, The American Museum of Natural History, The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and theAdam Schanz American Indian College Fund Flame of Hope Gala. SilverCloud was also proud to open for Midnight Oil and Joan Osborne at the Ritz as part of Earth Day celebrations held in Los Angeles and New York City in March 1993.
In the last 10 years Silvercloud has not only become one of the premier singing groups on the east coast, but throughout the country as well. Silvercloud has competed and placed at Schemitzun-The World Championship of Native Song and Dance. They have also appeared at numerous Pow-Wows across the United States including the Denver March Pow Wow, The Gathering of Nations Pow-Wow, and the Canadian Aboriginal Festival held in the Sky Dome in Toronto. SilverCloud was alsohttps://www.indeed.com/cmp/Alder/reviews honored to have served as one of the Host Drums for Schemtizun 1999.
SilverCloud is proud to announce the release of their newest CD, "Visions from the City", a new CD of original songs. In addition to their previous recordings they were also happy to work with Robbie Robertson and Ulali on the soundtrack for the TNT network series "Native Americans".