Her three solo albums have been met with wide acclaim, and were described as “a font of wistfulness and melancholic beauty” by WQXR, “transcendent” by World Music Report, and "a virtual blessing in a world gone mad” by ICON Magazine.
Her most recent album, Constellations was described by WQXR-FM New Sounds as "a long-form spacious sound structure... stretched with electronics into a entire musical cosmos." Lux, from the album was featured on KCRW's Rhythm Planet - Tom Schnabel called the music "patient, virtuosic, and mesmerizing". Into Silence, her third solo album explores time, silence, light, reflection and transcendence. She collaborated with New York City Ballet principal Ask la Cour on the title track for the album. It was performed as part of the Stars of American Ballet tour in 2017 and a film of the pas de deux was released with the album. Continuum, her second studio album, was performed by Decoda, the first ever Affiliate Ensemble of Carnegie Hall. Continuum was named WQXR Q2 Music's Album of the Week. The release followed Cornish’s album Duende, described by the American Record Guide as “a program of bold, thoughtful, mesmerizing chamber music.”
In the world of film scoring, Jane Antonia was the first female in history to win a British Academy Award (BAFTA) for music and the UK Film Council honored her with a Breakthrough Brit in Hollywood award.