About Ani Williams, your guide
Ani's enchanting musical style has its roots in ancient sacred music
traditions. Since 1985 Williams has been traveling and performing
around the world, gathering inspiration from the Egyptian, Gnostic,
Celtic, Meso-American, and Tibetan cultures. She weaves a beauty
and poignant meaning into her music that has inspired audiences around
Ani the Singer
"Ani's voice caresses the soul with
dream-like beauty and the layered harmonies and healing sounds work
their magic." - NAPRA Review
With a voice that ranges from angelic to earthy shamanic, Ani has
dedicated her life to singing for the beauty of the Earth. Singing
and chanting in many languages, her vocal harmonies lead the listener
into the temple of the heart.
Composer and author
Williams' musical style weaves unusual eastern musical scales with
a strong emphasis in harmony and melodic beauty. Lyrics are often
based on ancient wisdom teachings, including the Persian mystic poetry.
With chants in Aramaic, Egyptian, Hebrew, Tibetan and Meso-American
languages her music brings fresh inspiration to these ancient traditions.
Ani is a contributing writer for Four Corners Magazine, Spirit of
Maat web magazine, The Temple Booklets published in England, and
the book Earth Walking Skydancers. She is currently writing a book
on Mary Magdalene and is co-producing a series of documentary films
on the Grail Mysteries. Many of her articles on sound and the sacred
feminine are available on this site.
Ani has been guiding pilgrims to sacred sites in Britain, France
and Egypt since 1987. She brings a wealth of knowledge of the Gnostic
texts and ancient wisdom schools and with the use of music and chant
at the ancient sites she provides a deeply transforming experience
for every participant.
"What a wonderful time that I had.
You put so much planning and care into the pilgrimage and it really
showed. I will never forget it." - - Gail Southwell, retired
"Ani, I want to thank you for a wonderful
experience. You were an excellent pilgrimage leader, everything went
so smoothly, and I had experiences of places, people, and the spiritual
that have left lasting impressions on my life." - - Jill Dubish,
Anthropology Professor at NAU.