Jury WINNER 2020 Peace Song Awards "Sound Healing" category "Ancestral Gathering"
BEST NEW AGE SONG Nominee 2019 Hollywood Music in Media Awards " Tranquil Dreams"
WINNER "Native Spirit" 2019 category Indian Summer Music Awards for "Celestial Traveler"
BEST MEDITATION/RELAXATION ALBUM Nominee 2019 ZMR Broadcast AWARDS
UNITY Magazine Featured CD JULY/AUG Science of Mind Magazine - Sept 1019
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ANN LICATER, THE NEW AGE RECORDING ARTIST & WORLD FLUTIST, RELEASES QUIET SPACES: FLUTE MEDITATIONS FOR MINDFULNESS AND RELAXATION
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Enjoy the soothing sounds of award-winning recording artist, Ann Licater. Her relaxation music featuring Native American and world flutes is intended for self-reflection, rejuvenation and renewal. Each CD is like an instant escape to another time and place which makes it wonderful for Yoga, meditation and relaxation. Ann's CDs have been recognized by music editors, wellness educators, international broadcasters and the Hollywood Music in Media community as "Best New Age" music. Experience this calming music though "Flute for the Soul" workshops, CDs and unique, live performance events. Ann's greatest joy is providing tools for personal transformation which includes her recordings and special events for people to stay connected within.
Quiet Spaces: Flute Meditations for Mindfulness and Relaxation
Discover new realms of inner-peace with relaxing music from world flutist Ann Licater performing on Native American, Native American-style, folk and alto flutes. These 15 calming tracks feature soft, deeply reflective solo and duet compositions pristinely recorded in Licater’s signature style for a soothing listening experience. This artful, sonic journey is perfect for mindfulness practices, meditation and well-being. Also recommended for yoga, spa, healing arts, creativity, study, sleep, and overall stress reduction.
Photo of Ann Licater (in banner) by D'Arcy Allison-Teasley