Classical

Anne has written two operas in collaboration with Terry Jones both commissioned by The Royal Opera House.

Anne is working with the cellist Steven Isserlis on a series of children's musical fairy tales. The first "Little Red Violin" is published by Universal Edition. The second is "Goldiepegs and the Three Cellos" and a third "Cindercella". Steven performed  "Little Red Violin" at his  Wigmore Hall residency in 2011 and the orchestral version received its premiere at Darmstadt in May 2011.

Anne's ongoing relationship with the BBC Concert Orchestra resulted in arrangements of "The Model" by Kraftwerk and Pulp's" Hardcore" for their recent concert "Electronica" series at the QEH. She has arranged "Fes-tival" for a concert by the BBC Symphony Orchestra playing along side the Orchestre Arabo-Andalou de Fes from Morocco.

Anne's commission for the BBC Concert Orchestra - "Northern Lights" was performed at The Royal Festival Hall and broadcast on "Late Junction". The piece was also performed in November 2006 at the "Red White and Blue" concert of contemporary British Music at the QEH.

"finely scored and imagined...dancing delicacy is given depth and perspective by surrounding evocations of darkness. The simple but magical ending, which revisits the start with a quiet underlying rumble of drums, is one of the best moments in recent British music." - The Independent.

"Glints from harp and celesta led towards the aurora borealis, the fiesta of light, conjured up in brilliant orchestrations. For 13 minutes you felt yourself in Norway itself" - The Times.

In November 2013 Anne  was commissioned to compose two pieces as part of "The Rest is Noise" festival on the Southbank. She re-visited "Into Battle" as a re-mix for orchestra and collaborated with Paul Morley on a soundtrack to the 80s entitled "Rhythm of a Decade".