An international performer of spellbinding power

On Stage

Ann enthralls and inspires with her rich, four octave voice, dramatic presence and soul-stirring music.

Off Stage

Ann’s insightful books, award-winning film work and varied TV appearances draw a growing fan base.

In Person

Ann’s keynote talks, workshops, community activism and writings encourage healing, self-expression and growth.

Ann by Numbers

316 songs, 10 albums, 30+ North American/International concert tours … and more

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Singer

When I am singing, something powerful and transcendent connects me with others in a beautiful way.

Composer, Librettist, Songwriter

I love writing music and lyrics because they keep me growing and discovering what really matters.

Author

I hope the words which come through me encourage people in their journey forward.

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Ann Sings at SFU Film Premiere Event

An Evening of Storytelling and Film Thu, September 8, 2016, 7:00 PM | Doors at 6:30 PM Where: Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W. Hastings St. Free: RSVP HERE Love at Second Sight is a 25 minute film that transforms attitudes about appearance and encourages acceptance of self…

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Everyone Can Sing: Workshop in Summerland, Sept. 2, 2016

The inaugural Marginal Arts Festival, inspired by George Ryga, is taking place in beautiful Summerland, BC, September 1 to 4. I hope you can join us! George was the gifted playwright who gave the world THE ECSTASY OF RITA JOE. His seminal play opened peoples’ eyes to the reality that…

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The Stories that Travelled

Once they are shared, stories can travel in surprising ways and for great distances. This is the tale of how two stories told to a friend while we were sitting in the sand on the west coast of BC landed on the wall of an art gallery in Michigan. My…

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A Voice in the Darkness

At the beginning of a week-long workshop I always ask the participants what brought them here. What was their desire, motive, hope, need, or intention in coming? A calmer BC coastal sunset than the stormy sunset on the night of Ann’s story, but the location is very close to where…

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Laughter on Molokai

One of my most unusual concert locations was the Kalaupapa Leper Colony on the island of Molokai in Hawaii. I spent four days there after being invited to do a concert, and loved the place and the people. A view of the Kalaupapa Leper Colony, where Ann performed, by former…

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The Floating Stage

One of the most memorable stages I performed on was a floating stage. At the Elora Arts Festival in Ontario the stage was on a raft which floated in a gorge. My band and I got to the raft by rowboat. It was a hot summer afternoon and after the…

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