Amy Robbins-Wilson, MA opens transformational spaces with music. Her voice has been described as “angelic”, “crystalline” and “a whisper to the soul.” She uses her unique and extraordinary voice and the power of intention to open transformational space within which listeners experience a renewed sense of well-being. As one listener commented about a session, “ I love how it both stills me and fills me.
Amy sang her first solo at the age of three and has been exploring the intersection of healing and music ever since. She holds a BA in Empowerment Theater for Women from Bates College, a MA in Expressive Arts Therapies from Lesley University and a MA in Ritual Song and Chant Performance from The World Academy of Music and Dance in Limerick, Ireland. She is a Reiki master, Awakener, and the creator of Angel Baby Remembrance Concerts for those who have lost a child.
She offers Angelsong Circles, meditative concerts and individual sessions for those seeking healing and a restored sense of peace in the world.
Amy is the author of the Mom’s Choice Award Winning book Transformational Mothering – A Prayerful Companion for New Mothers, transcriptionist of The Diary of Josephine Knight and creator of four solo albums of music: Circling, The Divine Hours of Motherhood (also awarded a Mom’s Choice Award), Lullaby and Goodnight (winner of the Kids Music Award) and Angel Baby Lullabies.
As the musical parenting expert on Lullaby-Link.com, Amy educates and encourages new parents in the best ways to connect, communicate and develop creative young minds with music. She created online musical parenting program for new moms called Mommy Jingles which empowers moms by showing them how to best use music with their babies.
Her lullaby Angels Watch Over My Baby was licensed by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for a national fundraising campaign and she was recognized for her scholarship, leadership and public service by the Harry S. Truman Award. Her experiences as a NICU mom have made her a passionate supporter of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. She is thrilled that Johns Hopkins Hospital licensed her lullabies to use in their NICU.
Amy licenses music for film, apps and tv. She makes her home with her husband Tim and their son.
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