One of the biggest-selling classical discs of 2011, Miloš’ début album for Deutsche Grammophon topped the classical charts around the world and sold over 100,000 copies in less than six months. At the 2011 Gramophone Awards ceremony he won both the Young Artist of the Year and Specialist Classical Chart awards. His second album Latino was released in June 2012.
Miloš’ appearances in 2012 include recitals at London’s Wigmore Hall, the Théatre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, performances in Washington, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, and Istanbul, and major tours of Australia and the UK. 2011 saw his Carnegie Hall début and a tour of Germany including recitals in Berlin, Munich, Cologne, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Stuttgart.
Other previous engagements have included his début at the Lucerne Festival, concerto performances with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and English Chamber Orchestra, and appearances at the Cheltenham Festival and the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad.
Miloš has also enjoyed great success outside of the traditional concert hall with performances at the Camden Roundhouse for the iTunes Festival, Limelight at the 100 Club, and Deutsche Grammophon’s Yellow Lounge club nights in Berlin, Amsterdam and London.
Born in Montenegro in 1983, Miloš Karadaglić grew up against the background of the Balkan civil war. He began learning the guitar at the age of 8 and quickly rose to national prominence before winning a scholarship to London’s Royal Academy of Music aged 16. He has been the recipient of many prizes, including the Julian Bream Prize, the Prince’s Prize, and the Ivor Mairants Guitar Award. He is a Patron of the Mayor of London’s Fund for Young Musicians.
Miloš uses D'Addario J 46 strings and a 2007 guitar by Greg Smallman, kindly lent to him by Paul and Jenny Gillham.