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
She is a regular contributing writer for
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.