MILOŠ, the charismatic master of the guitar, takes the spotlight in this programme of Spanish-themed music when he plays Rodrigo’s iconic Concierto de Aranjuez. Domeniconi: ‘Koyunbaba Suite’ for Solo Guitar op.19, “Love at first listen” is how Miloš describes the moment when, as a child in Montenegro, he first picked up the old guitar that was lying around his childhood home gathering dust. MILOŠ says: ‘I am very excited to be able to share a concert of music that is closest to me to audiences around the world in this way. He did not openly get with someone after separating from his former lover. Miloš’ early albums, ‘Mediterraneo’ and ‘Latino’, were hugely successful, while his 2014 recording of Rodrigo’s concertos with the London Philharmonic and Yannick Nezet-Seguin had the Sunday Times calling him “The King of Aranjuez”. Villa-Lobos: 5 Preludes He lives in London and performs on a 2007 Greg Smallman guitar. IDAGIO’s Global Concert Hall is a fantastic platform for classical music and a brilliant service that is doing so much to support artists through this difficult time. MILOŠ is managed by Enticott Music Management in association with IMG Artists. Distinguished Spanish conductor Juanjo Mena debuts with a charming Spanish evening. All the guitarist played with impressive technical command and expressive charisma, despite periodic glitches. IDAGIO’s Global Concert Hall is a fantastic platform for classical music and a brilliant service that is doing so much to support artists through this difficult time. Artistically a departure for him, he said: “Sound of Silence is a personal scrapbook of music that will always have a very special meaning to me, regardless of style and genre.”. Although Milos might be a married man, he has chosen to keep such information under the media spotlight. He uses D’Addario J 46 strings and plays a 2007 Greg Smallman guitar, kindly lent to him by Paul and Jenny Gillham. For the concert’s final segment, Miloš succumbed to the crossover lure of musical pop tarts. Idagio Global Concert Hall Stream - MILOŠ – “Beyond the Rainbow”, Hong Kong - Hong Kong Philharmonic - Arriaga, Rodrigo, Debussy, Falla, Ravel, Hong Kong - Hong Kong Philharmonic - Arriaga, Rodrigo, Debussy, Falla, Ravel (Copy), …Not only a magician, but a serious and accomplished musician. He uses D’Addario J 46 strings and plays a 2007 Greg Smallman guitar, kindly lent to him by Paul and Jenny Gillham. Site by De Falla: Danza Del Molinero Miloš explains, “There were wonderful audiences waiting for me in concert halls everywhere, from the Royal Albert Hall, to China and Japan, Australia and New Zealand, USA; the craziest dreams were coming true.And then this: I couldn’t play a note.” Reviewing the album, Gramophone commented “Karadaglić is a guitarist of superior musical and technical gifts who allows his personality to sing through the music with taste and intelligence” and The Daily Telegraph added “this new Latin American programme is outstanding in its finesse, warm sensuality and sheer beauty.” Latino proved so successful that it was subsequently re-released as Latino GOLD featuring 30 minutes of newly recorded tracks from a wealth of Latin American inspired music.
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