Future and past performances and events

Warsaw Autumn

10:30pm Friday 20 September 2019
National Philharmonic, chamber hall

Monika Dalach • Shout 1/2/3 [wp]
Sławomir Wojciechowski • HANDMADE [wp]
Trond Reinholdtsen • 13 Music Theatre Pieces
Cassandra Miller • Traveller Song

Duncan House

Friday 9 August 2019
and Saturday 10 August 2019

A chamber opera by Danish composer Rasmus Zwicki to be performed at a secret location in London. Part of the Tête à Tête Opera Festival.

Duncan House

Lecture About Bad Music

Monday 29 July 2019
UK Society for Music Analysis
Turner Sims

Heinrich Biber • Passacaglia
Domenico Scarlatti • Sonatas K519, K380 and K159
Matthew Shlomowitz • Lecture About Bad Music


7:00pm Friday 28 June 2019
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Silk Street, Barbican, London EC2Y 8DT

Following three days working with Guildhall Masters students, +- presents an evening concert with 5 student works by Masters composers alongside pieces by Cassandra Miller and Davíð Brynjar Franzson

Bath Spa

Wednesday 5 June 2019
Bath Spa University

Composition workshops with Bath Spa University students.

Southampton University

Thursday 16 May 2019
Southampton University

Composition workshops with students of University of Southampton.

City University

7:00pm Tuesday 18 December 2018
City University Performance Space
St John Street, London EC1V 4PB

Following recent forays into performative and intermedial work, Plus Minus returns to its roots with a programme of instrumental music with electronics. Four of the most refined and distinctive voices in contemporary music will be featured: Cassandra Miller, Davíð Brynjar Franzson, and City composers Newton Armstrong and Georgia Rodgers. Each of these composers is concerned, albeit in different ways, with the fundaments of the compositional act and the manner in which sonic materials can be contextualised, processed, layered and transcribed.

Newton Armstrong • thread—surface
Georgia Rodgers • St. Andrew’s Lyddington
Davíð Brynjar Franzson • Ideation #2.1 [wp]
Newton Armstrong • the way to go out
Cassandra Miller • Traveller Song

City University

7:00pm Tuesday 27 March 2018
City University Performance Space
St John Street, London EC1V 4PB

This concert will feature the work of six emerging UK-based composers. The programme will serve as a platform for the genuinely broad spectrum of compositional approaches present in today’s new music scene, from the conceptual, performative and intermedial, to work driven by sonic exploration and the re-imagining of traditional musical materials.

This concert has been made possible by the generous support of the Hinrichsen Foundation.

Ben Jameson • Silent Doom Disco
Monika Dalach • Shout #1
Caitlin Rowley • Community of Objects
Alice Jeffreys • For Plus Minus
Oliver Thurley • abate ablaze abrade
Lawrence Dunn • Set of Four

Kammer Klang

8:30pm Tuesday 6 March 2018
Cafe Oto
18-22 Ashwin Street
London E8 3DL

Newton Armstrong • thread—surface [wp]
Cat Lamb • Prisma Interius VIII [wp]

Tzlil Meudcan 2017

8:00pm Monday 17 July 2017
HaTeiva, Jaffa

Marko Ciciliani • Black Horizon
James Saunders • Everybody Do This
Sarah Nemtsov • Drummed Variation
Avshalom Ariel • Ish Authenti [wp]


7:30pm Friday 30 June 2017
Guildhall School of Music & Drama
Silk Street, Barbican, London EC2Y 8DT

Following a workshop, Plus-Minus will present pieces by Guildhall postgraduate composition students in an evening concert.

Klang Festival

8:00pm Monday 29 May 2017
Blågårdsplads 6A

Simon Steen Andersen • Mono
Morten Ladehoff • Introduktion und Motoren
Joanna Bailie • Artificial Environments Nos.1-5
Laurence Crane • Octet
Cassandra Miller • Traveller Song