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Piano Trio 2020

performed by

Plus Minus Ensemble

(Mira Benjamin, violin;

Alice Purton, cello;

Mark Knoop, piano)

Recorded 2021 at Alpheton New Maltings

Recorded by Newton Armstrong

Produced by Mark Knoop

Image by Rick Pushinsky

Released on BANDCAMP


8th June 2023


Lucio Tasca – D.S.F.C (unison) (world premiere)

Barbara Monk Feldman – Duo for Piano and Percussion

Tim Parkinson – Project 9000

Tom Hawkins – Multiple Repetitions (world premiere)

Aldo Clementi – Tre ricercari (UK premiere)

                                                     with David Zucchi, saxophone

7.30 @ Phipps Hall, University of Huddersfield, UK


7th July 2023

Music We'd Like To Hear


Bea Redweik - Songs as Process (2021-)

Erik Satie - Socrate (1918)

Walter Zimmermann - Abgeschiedenheit (1982)

Galina Ustvolskaya - Piano Sonata No.4 (1957) & Piano Sonata No.6 (1986)

performed by Bea Redweick, Juliet Fraser, Mark Knoop


St Mary at Hill, London EC3R 8EE, UK

14th July 2023

Music We'd Like To Hear


curated by Laurence Crane

Tim Parkinson - septet 2004

                           violinpiano 2022

                           piano piece 2015

                           House of Common (2018)


performed by GSMD Experimental Music Workshop directed by Laurence Crane; Mira Benjamin & Eliza McCarthy; The Fargions, with Matteo Fargion of Burrows & Fargion

St Mary at Hill, London EC3R 8EE, UK

15th July 2023

Music We'd Like To Hear


curated by Mira Benjamin


Amber Priestley - And Yet Something Shines, Something Sings In That Silence, for string quartet (2013)

- Ev'ry evening, Ev'ry day, for string quartet (2016)

- Repeat yourself until your friends are embarrassed, video score for open instrumentation (2019)

performed by Amber Priestley & Mira Benjamin with the Goldsmiths Contemporary Music Ensemble


St Mary at Hill, London EC3R 8EE, UK


12th August 2023

JG Thirlwell & Ensemble


JG Thirlwell + Ensemble is a chamber group project initiated by Thirlwell in 2018. JG rearranged several pieces from the Foetus repertoire and one Wiseblood song with long time collaborator Simon Hanes (Tredici Bacci) for the instrumentation of harp, piano, viola, acoustic guitar/bass and drums. In February of 2019 they played two sold-out shows at National Sawdust in NYC.

The London iteration of the ensemble will include Manorexia alumni Angharad Davies (viola, violin), Tim Parkinson (piano) Joy Smith (harp) and Adam Morris (percussion) along with Thirlwell and Hanes.

Bush Hall, London UK

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