Experience a new elegance, intimacy and energy on the guitar as young virtuoso, Miloš Karadaglić
, comes to Brisbane on his highly anticipated Debut Australian Tour.
With critically acclaimed performances around Europe and North America (including a sellout recital at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall), two Gramophone Awards and an album debuting at number 1 in the US, UK and Australia, Miloš
has quickly emerged as the champion for a new generation of classical virtuosi.
From the war-torn Montenegro of his youth to London's Royal Academy of Music, the 28-year-old is already hailed by fans and critics for his brilliant technique and transcendent musicality, and is the first classical guitarist signed to the prestigious Deutsche Grammophon label in many years.
He has appeared at the Lucerne Festival, the Wigmore Hall and the Purcell Room, collecting the Ivor Mairants Award in 2002 and the Julian Bream Prize in 2005. He was also the first guitarist to win the Prince of Wales' Prince's Prize.
With an inspiring program, including works by Bach, Barrios, Villa Lobos, Albeniz, Theodorakis and Domeniconi, this young talent brings a new light and emotion to his humble instrument.
"...the guitar has found its ideal champion..." - The Independent
"Innate poise and elegance that makes you sit up and listen..." - The Times
"...a fierce drive and precision." - Gramophone Magazine
"... transcendentally beautiful." - The Daily Telegraph (UK)
"... oddly hypnotic and quite extraordinary... " - The GuardianMiloš
took home one of his two nominations at the Classical BRIT awards - Breakthrough Artist of the Year.See
a video of Miloš after having recived his award.See
more pictures of the Classical BRIT awards ceremonyRead the rewiew
in The Independent for Milos' Royal Albert Hall recitalWatch
a video of Miloš' performance at the Royal Albert Hall and find our more about the artist.
Miloš won another award at the Echo Deutscher Musikpreis 2012. Read
more about the award. Read
more about Milos