the London Symphony Orchestra who appeared on their recordings, Bach to Brubeck, Classikhan, The Dust Bowl Symphony, Epiphany, John Adams: A Flowering
Tree, and Music of Hope.
recordings with which she is credited include BBC Radiophonic Workshop—A Retrospective,
8 by Mannheim Steamroller, O Holy
Night by Rebecca Newman, Public
Face Private Face by Quiet City, and The Soundhouse: Music from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
April 2004, she and percussionist Paul Bratt
accompanied guitarist and singer-songwriter Sarah Lawton in concert at The
violist Robert Turner participated in the Takeda Global Concert Series at
the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston,
Massachusetts, on 26th
In the summer
of 2009, she was one of four LSO members who took part in a meeting of the
National Cochlear Implant Users’ Association. She accompanied vocalist Rachel
Leach in a performance of “Habanera” from Carmen by Georges Bizet.
The LSO teamed
up with the ladies of the London Symphony Chorus, mezzo-soprano Christianne Stotjin and the
Tiffin Boys’ Choir for Gustav Mahler’s “Symphony No. 3”
at Barbican Hall on 1st April 2012.
October 2012, the LSO were joined by Elina Garanca for an evening of opera highlights that
included “Mon coeur s’ ouvre a ta voix” from Samson
et Dalila by Camille Saint-Saens, “Plus
grand, dans son obscurite”
from La Reine
de Saba by Charles Gounod, and “Yes the time has come” from
The Maid of Orleans by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky”.