Awards & Winners

Robert Mirabal

Date of Birth 06-October-1966
Place of Birth Taos Pueblo
(New Mexico, Taos County)
Also know as Mirabal, Robert
Profession Musician
Robert Mirabal is a Pueblo musician and Native American flute player and maker from Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. His flutes are world renowned and have been displayed at the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of the American Indian. An award-winning musician and leading proponent of world music, Mirabal performs worldwide, sharing flute songs, tribal rock, dance, and storytelling. Mirabal was twice named the Native American Music Awards' Artist of the Year, and received the Songwriter of the Year award three times. He was featured in Grammy Award winning album, Sacred Ground: A Tribute to Mother Earth in 2006 for Best Native American Music Album Mirabal also published a book of storytelling poetry and prose in 1994 entitled Skeletons of a Bridge and is currently writing a second book, Running Alone in Photographs. Aside from his artistic talents, Mirabal is a father and a farmer, living in Taos Pueblo and participating in the traditional ways and rituals of his people.

Awards by Robert Mirabal

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Grammy Award for Best Native American Music Album
Honored for : Johnny Whitehorse: Totemic Flute Chants

Nominations 2007 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Grammy Award for Best Native American Music Album Johnny Whitehorse: Totemic Flute Chants