I will talk with Anais Wolf about her spiritual path and professional work.
Animirror; Anais Wolf and Steve Silver
The inspiration for Animirror took root from our interests in music from around the world. We became intrigued by sounds and styles less familiar to Western ears. Experimentation continues as we explore and define our unique musical identity, mutating, morphing and layering sounds to form textures and compositions. It is a great gift to trust the process, following the creative stream.
Singing in choirs for most of my life has had a most beautiful effect on me. The blending of voices, the dynamics, the power behind sheer numbers…a highlight for me was a performance of Bach’s Christmas Oratorio in German, at Grace Church in New York City.
At the age of 12, Stan Breckenridge made me promise to always stay involved in choir, and to this day I am grateful. Discovering choir music from around the world has been one of my great joys, particularly Bulgarian Women choirs. The close harmonies and tonal characters from the Far East and Eastern Europe, as well as Native American chants are of great inspiration and influence for their ancient and spiritual qualities.~ We have been involved in many wonderful projects through the years. One of our favorites was “The Power of Peace”, a three-part documentary featuring the Dali Lama, Harry Belafonte, Alice Walker and Yolanda King (not long before her passing)… also the holiday station break for the San Francisco Fox affiliate (channel 2)… this four minute piece combined beautiful aerial footage of Bay Area landmarks with ethereal music and vocals.
Our inspiration never ends as we enjoy our life with our 15 year old daughter, Mina. We also share a long relationship with the teachings of J. Krishnamurti. We feel this has been a journey in pursuit of clarity and freedom, love and mastery.
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