One of the hottest properties in classical music, chart-topping guitarist Miloš Karadaglić heads to London's Royal Albert Hall.
Royal Albert Hall
Tuesday 25 September 2012 - 7:45 PM
One of the hottest properties in classical music, chart-topping guitarist Miloš Karadaglić gives an unmissable performance of virtuoso guitar classics infused with the rhythms of tango and samba from his hotly-anticipated new album Latino.
Winner of a host of awards, Miloš topped the classical charts last year with his best-selling debut album The Guitar. Now he brings the rhythms of South America to the Hall for this exclusive in-the-round performance.
With sales of over 150,000 for his first album, Miloš has brought classical guitar back to popular attention for the first time in a generation. Performing around the world from New York, Paris and Amsterdam to Sydney, Hong Kong and Tokyo, he is now a global ambassador for the guitar's rich and accessible repertoire.
This flamboyant and moving programme will include works by Piazzolla, Villa-Lobos, Cardoso, Barrios, Gardel and Brouwer.
'Classical guitar has a new hero' Daily Telegraph
'A remarkable musician' Independent
'Rejoice, rejoice, a star is born' Mail on Sunday