Anne was on stage at the BBC's The Electric Proms two years running.
Saturday Night Fever
In 2008, Saturday Night Fever took over the Roundhouse. Anne arranged the tracks from the classic album for a 60 piece orchestra and directed the show from the keyboard. The show featured Robin Gibb in his last live appearance, Sharleen Spiteri and Sam Sparro amongst other special guests singing tracks from the best-selling soundtrack album. As well as the songs, such disco classics as "A Fifth of Beethoven" and "Manhattan Skyline" were played live.
In October 2009 saw the triumphant return of Robbie Williams to the live scene. Anne played keyboards in the band which also included her friend the producer Trevor Horn.
Robbie sang a mixture of old and new songs and Anne provided the arrangements and directed the accompanying orchestra.
It was broadcast on BBC Radio and TV and simultaneously transmitted in over 200 cinema screens throughout the world.