A trained singer/pianist and graduate of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Ami Williamson has been performing in her own right for many years after her father – country music’s John Williamson – first took her out on the road as a teenager.
Ami’s experience as a performer has extended far and wide since her graduation from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music – in addition to playing Festivals across Australia, she was invited to entertain troops in the Solomon Islands, Iraq and Afghanistan. She’s not just a talented singer and songwriter, her incredible talents also extend to playing the piano, drums and dulcimer.
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"There’s enough variety in the talents of Ami Williamson to keep milk fresh for centuries." - SMH
"Ami has created something that’s not quite country, not quite folk, not quite classical and not quite pop, but an exciting mix of all of the above and more." - Sunday Arts ABC
"She’s toured Australia several times over. She’s graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and Ensemble Acting Studios. Daughter of Australian music legend John Williamson, Ami is an artist in her own right and bringing audiences to their feet!" -The Canberra Times.
Was a treat to see you play in such a cosy venue I think...
Loved your wit:) Loved your putting into song the trials we all go through... the questions we all ask... the humour in the so not funny...
The range in your voice and the differing styles you adopt... really it was such an entertaining and satisfying performance.
Your song about being a good mother... I look forward to your next album so i can hear it again. You nailed it... the angst we all share as mothers. Thankyou xx You put into words and song what at times immobilises me.
Thanks for sharing your music and your stories and your obvious talent.
and yes I loved the Dolcimer... keep keep keep:)