About Anne Dudley
Anne Dudley may not be a household name but she was an important part of the British electronic movement of the '80s before becoming a major soundtrack composer. A keyboardist for the synth band Art of Noise, she became an in-demand arranger and session player for the Pet Shop Boys, Malcolm McClaren and Pulp. In the '90s, Dudley juggled session work with composing the scores for such intelligent, crowd-pleasing films as The Crying Game and The Full Monty. Her own beautiful New Classical recordings build on the compositional and performance strengths she has amassed during the last two decades.