From one-woman shows to full orchestral accompaniment, Ann has done the full performance spectrum. Wherever she appears, something similar occurs. People take their seats. The lights dim. And from the first few notes, her rich voice has them enthralled. People get transported at her concerts. She takes them to deep places within themselves that they have sometimes never explored. It can get emotional. Then she turns it around and people feel like rising up and floating away in delight from the sheer beauty of her music. In a word, her performances are spellbinding.
Over the years Ann has performed onstage or on TV with numerous bright lights in the entertainment world. They include Harry Belafonte, the Chicago Synthesizer-Rhythm Ensemble, Chuck Berry, Leon Bibb, Bruce Cockburn, John Denver, Paul Horn (to whom she was blissfully married), B.B. King, Moe Koffman, Ramsey Lewis, Michel Legrand (who she co-created an album with), Bobby McFerrin, National Arts Centre Orchestra (one of 10 major symphony orchestras she has performed with), Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Seals & Crofts, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Weather Report and Josh White.
Two occasions where Ann was particularly honoured to be a featured performer:
The XV Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremonies, where she was a featured soloist (one half billion worldwide viewers)
The Celebration for Peace Concert in honour of His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama
Throughout her long, distinguished career, Ann has never lost her deep appreciation, love and respect for the talented team that was there for her in the very beginning.