Annelies can be developed into many kinds of education project, based around the libretto or the score, and can also be performed as a commemorative work. Examples of performances to date have included:
• Schools event with secondary school pupils from Stoke on Trent with five movements performed by the BBC Philharmonic conducted by the composer with discussion led by Anne Frank's first cousin Buddy Elias.
• Performance at the National Holocaust Memorial event held in Westminster Hall, January 27, 2005.
• Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea education project. Students from four secondary schools were given the opportunity to work with six members of the RPO (the orchestra who premiered the work) discussing the philosophical and moral themes raised in the libretto and creating and developing musical material for pre-concert performance.
• A major arts and cultural event in Blackburn Cathedral, May 2008, that included a complete performance of Annelies in its orchestral version alongside creative writing projects, multi-faith lectures and dialogues, the travelling Anne Frank exhibition Anne Frank [+ you}, an art commission and work with local diarist and contemporary of Anne Frank, Thea Hurst.
• Theme for BBC radio's marking of Anne Frank's 80th birthday, including excerpts from the work in the Chamber version performed by the Manchester Chamber Choir.
• Commemorative event in the Hague, The Netherlands, to mark Anne Frank's 80th birthday, June 12, 2009, including a complete performance in the chamber version led by violinist Daniel Hope with soprano soloist Arianna Zukerman.
• Theme for the Holocaust Memorial Lecture 2010, Cape Town Holocaust Centre, delivered by Canon Chris Chivers. (A transcript of the lecture is published in Chris Chivers: Fully Alive, Pretext Publishers, South Africa).