Ani Williams


        John Dumas


        Three Trees


Benefit Concert
for the Elders Gathering at Lake Titicaca, Peru
 

World renowned Harpist and Singer, Ani Williams will be joined by John Dumas and Three Trees to share Indigenous Songs and Chants of Love, Joy and Peace.  Sunday, January 14th, 4 to 6 pm in the Great Room.  Your donation of $15 will go toward sponsoring the Elders attending the Elders Gathering entitled Reuniting the Eagles and Condors, at Lake Titicaca, Peru on March 19 – 23.  A donation is not requested for children under 12.  The energy of Peace and Unity for the World that is created by all who attend will be carried with the Indigenous Elders of the Americas when they gather at Lake Titicaca.  The coordinating organization is Earth Works for Humanity, a 501c(3) nonprofit organization.  To learn more about the Elders Gathering visit their web site www.earthworksforhumanity.org.  
 

The Performers:
 

  
Ani Williams

Ani Williams

Ani Williams is world-renowned harpist and singer, and has recorded more than two-dozen albums of original sacred music based on ancient spiritual traditions. She has done seminal work in the study of sound healing and the relationship between musical tones, the human voice and healing.

Ani Williams has been exploring the role of Mary Magdalene in the emerging feminine since 1987, and guiding women’s pilgrimages to Magdalene sites in France, Britain and Egypt.  Her research of the feminine disciples in the Gnostic texts has resulted in recordings dedicated to Magdalene and Sophia, with music and chant in Aramaic, Hebrew and Egyptian languages, incorporating ancient Middle-Eastern music scales.  Her writings on Magdalene blend history with poetic depth and she is currently co-producing a series of documentary films on Magdalene’s role in the grail mysteries.

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 various conferences, including Tom Kenyon Seminars, Women of Wisdom in Seattle, Institute For Noetic Sciences, Delta Society in Atlanta, United Nations Fiftieth Anniversary in San Francisco and for the annual Conference on the Arts, Portsmouth New Hampshire.  In 2005 Ani’s Egyptian harp music was chosen for the Hatshepsut—From Queen to Pharaoh exhibit tour soundtrack at the De Young Museum in San Francisco and the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

In May 2006, the Travel Channel featured Ani’s music and presentation in Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland for a special program on the Da Vinci Code material.  For more information about Ani Williams visit www.aniwilliams.com
 


John Dumas, International musician, shamanic astrologer.
Didgeridoo, flutes, and world percussion.

John Dumas

John Dumas, internationally acclaimed artist, musician, shamanic astrologer, teacher and sound healer, is an artist who creates his own flutes and didgeridoos.  He was originally inspired here in Sedona among the red rocks and on a vision quest in the mountains of Virginia.  He began creating multiple chambered flutes.  The Heart Flute of the Four Winds is one that produces four resonating sounds that open the heart space while honoring the four directions.  He has developed a unique sound therapy/healing ceremony that is titled Shamanic Journey into Dreamtime, which facilitates the healing of mind, body and spirit.  With the intention of love and compassion, John opens the doorway into an altered state of time and space, producing awakened dreaming.  For more information visit www.johndumas.com.

He also creates and plays the didgeridoo, an instrument used in sacred ceremonies by the (aboriginal) people of Australia for more than 50,000 years. The didgeridoo produces a unique vibratory resonance that mimics the sounds of nature, awakening our primordial essence. When played over the body, it is capable of unlocking cellular memory and balancing the rhythmic flow of the charkas.

John will be performing music from his four CDs, which include flute and didgeridoo music and many unique small percussion sounds.  These healing sounds are the culmination of Johns educational background in the fine arts, psychology and study of indigenous cultures.  John's performances are also permeated by his bright spirit and joyful presence.
 


Three Trees

Three Trees

Three Trees, Percussionist, shamanic sound healer, teacher, and drum builder. Adds his joy and love for rhythm.   Three Trees has been a musician, artist & student of spiritual studies for the past 25 years. He uniquely integrates music, art & spirituality for healing & growth. Three Trees is a drum builder and teaches tradional and 'spirit drumming" classes weekly  in Sedona. He offers chakra/aura clearing & balancing session utilising shamanic sound healing techniques.  For more information visit www.wholeliferesources.com

In 1999 Spirit led him to go on a vision quest in Northern Idaho. It was during this vision quest that his path as a spiritual teacher and healer was solidified. Soon afterward he left his Michigan home to travel and share his work, which uniquely integrates music, art & spirituality for healing & growth.  He offers Chakra/Aura clearing & balancing sessions utilizing shamanic sound healing techniques.

Three Trees creates professional quality drums with customized sacred artwork.  He also teaches classes across the country in African, Middle Eastern & Spirit drumming styles. Call Three Trees at 480-748-1675 for more information on the classes and services he offers.  Also see the Three Trees Custom Drums page for info on customized drum work & repairs.
 


Coordinated by Earth Works for Humanity,
 a 501c(3) nonprofit organization.
For more information visit www.earthworksforhumanity.org.  

 

 For further information please contact
 
Sedona Creative Life Center
  928-282-9300

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