Ani Williams in Concert

Come and hear Ani Williams, harpist and singer, in a rare solo concert.  Participatory chants and sacred songs from many cultures.  An offering of beauty and harmony.  Sunday November 10, 2002, 7-8:30 pm in the Chapel. Tickets: $15.  Limited to 50 participants.  Call 204-1124 for reservations.  For more info about Ani and her music, visit  www.aniwilliams.com

The Music of Ani Williams

From the Egyptian pyramids of the Nile, the temples at Machu Picchu, to the Cross Cultural stone circles, Ani Williams has played and sung for the Earth. Her life is dedicated to bringing harmony and beauty to benefit all life ...a return to earth medicine in the form of sound therapy. Ani's recordings have been distributed worldwide since 1982 and have been described as:

  • The flowering song of our new time" - Brooke Medicine Eagle

  • Sacred Song Therapy" - New Age Journal
  • Renews both your mind and body" - Tower Records
  • Appealing, romantic, pan-global music" - PJ Birosic


"Ani Williams is one of the most celebrated harpists and singers of her generation, with dozens of recording credits to her acclaim. A pioneer in the field of women's sacred music, she delights in performing her original instrumentals and songs at sacred sites all over the world."
                    PJ Birosik, Musik International Corp.




Ani at Tlaquepaque


Some of Ani's CD's:

"Shemah - The Calling"
Mystical, healing harp music with middle-eastern themes and enchanting vocals.

"Luna Trece"
Vibrant rhythms, Aztec flutes dance through the harpstrings in this inspiring album honoring the thirteen moons.

NEW Re-Release
"Wind Spirit"
A celebration of the land and sky of the Southwest desert lands.

"Medicine Song I"
 New melodies for ancient Tibetan and Hindu Mantras. Easy sing-along chants.

"Children of the Sun"
Native flutes and harp sing the song of sacred red stone canyons.

"Song of Isis"
Recorded live in the temples of Egypt with harp and flute.

"Sisters of the Dream"
Songs to help us remember our connection with nature.

"Song For My Ancestors"
These Cross Cultural inspired songs are a gift to the Earth and to the ear.



Ani in Egypt


Ani Williams
Harpist, Singer, Songwriter, Author,
Sound therapist, Sacred sites guide.

Ani Williams has been recording her enchanting style of music since 1981, has been produced and distributed by such noteworthy companies as Music Design, New Leaf, Ladyslipper, and internationally in Europe, England, Australia, and Mexico.

She has recorded 17 albums of her own music, as well as four releases with Lisa Thiel, three co-created recordings with Brooke Medicine Eagle, and a recent recording at George Lucas' Skywalker Studios, for the CD "The Psalms of Ra" by composer Jim Berenholtz.

Ani has performed internationally since 1985, in Central and South America, England, Holland, Scotland and Egypt, in such venues as Saint James Cathedral in London, Findhorn Foundation in Scotland, the Giza Pyramids, Den Rus in Amsterdam, Centro de Cultura in Mexico City, and in the United States for Whole Life Expos, ARE conferences, Lightworkers Conferences in Seattle, Tacoma and West Palm Beach, Women of Vision annual conferences in Seattle, Institute For Noetic Sciences in Seattle, Delta Society in Atlanta, United Nations Fiftieth Anniversary in San Francisco and for the 2001 Conference on the Arts, Portsmouth New Hampshire.

Ani Williams has appeared on numerous television and radio programs, including having her music aired on "Hearts of Space".  Her 1986 original soundtrack for the film Andromeda won high honors at the Chicago International Film Festival and her music has been mentioned in Billboard Magazine as well as reviews and interviews in dozens of magazines internationally over the last twenty years.

In addition to her music Ani teaches and maintains an international clientele in Songaia Sound Medicine.  In 1994 she produced a series of sound healing CDs for interactive toning, which are being used in clinics working with autistic and disabled children in the US and Mexico.  Songaia's main office is in Mexico City.

Since 1994, Williams has guided journeys to sacred sites and is annually taking groups to experience the transforming power of sound in Egypt, England and Ireland.

She is a regular contributing writer for Four Corners Magazine, and her writing is published by North Atlantic Books in the book Earth Walking Skydancers, edited by Leila Castle, which includes her stories on sound healing.


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Sedona Creative Life Center

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