Miloš: The Voice of the Guitar

London, Cadogan Hall
London, United Kingdom
Cadogan Hall
Thu 02 April 19:30
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Described as ‘classical music’s guitar hero’, Miloš Karadaglić received unanimous acclaim for his 2016 Beatles album and now makes a much-anticipated return to Cadogan Hall following the release of his new album – The Sound of Silence.

He is joined by members of the 12 Ensemble in a programme showcasing the immense diversity of the guitar: from Spanish classics and Latin American rhythms to Bach, Baroque dances and The Beatles. ‘Whether its Bach or McCartney, Schubert or Paul Simon, it’s all music to me and I love it.’

Classic BRIT Award-winner MILOŠ is the world’s best-known classical guitarist and received unanimous acclaim for his 2016 Beatles album. His new album features Miloš’ very own takes on songs by Portishead, Radiohead and Leonard Cohen, sitting alongside guitar pieces by Pujol and Tarrega.

He says: ‘This tour and the album are a very personal scrapbook of music that will always have a special meaning to me. It is the music I love above all else.’

Programme

Bach Aria from Goldberg Variations
Boccherini Guitar Quintet No. 4 in D – Fandango
Granados Andaluza and Orientale from 12 Danzas españolas
Falla Danza del molinero (Farruca) from El sombrero de tres picos
Falla Nana
Albéniz Asturias
Anon. Spanish Romance
Piazzolla Libertango

~ Interval ~

Villa-Lobos Prelude No. 1
Pujol Milonga
Sávio Batucada
Piazzolla Café 1930
Simon & Garfunkel Sound of Silence
Radiohead Street Spirit (Fade Out)
Lennon/McCartney Yesterday; Eleanor Rigby; Fool on the Hill
Harrison Here Comes The Sun

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    Described as ‘classical music’s guitar hero’, Miloš Karadaglić received unanimous acclaim for his 2016 Beatles album and now makes a much-anticipated return to Cadogan Hall following the release of his new album – The Sound of Silence.

    He is joined by members of the 12 Ensemble in a programme showcasing the immense diversity of the guitar: from Spanish classics and Latin American rhythms to Bach, Baroque dances and The Beatles. ‘Whether its Bach or McCartney, Schubert or Paul Simon, it’s all music to me and I love it.’

    Classic BRIT Award-winner MILOŠ is the world’s best-known classical guitarist and received unanimous acclaim for his 2016 Beatles album. His new album features Miloš’ very own takes on songs by Portishead, Radiohead and Leonard Cohen, sitting alongside guitar pieces by Pujol and Tarrega.

    He says: ‘This tour and the album are a very personal scrapbook of music that will always have a special meaning to me. It is the music I love above all else.’

  • Programme

    Bach Aria from Goldberg Variations
    Boccherini Guitar Quintet No. 4 in D – Fandango
    Granados Andaluza and Orientale from 12 Danzas españolas
    Falla Danza del molinero (Farruca) from El sombrero de tres picos
    Falla Nana
    Albéniz Asturias
    Anon. Spanish Romance
    Piazzolla Libertango

    ~ Interval ~

    Villa-Lobos Prelude No. 1
    Pujol Milonga
    Sávio Batucada
    Piazzolla Café 1930
    Simon & Garfunkel Sound of Silence
    Radiohead Street Spirit (Fade Out)
    Lennon/McCartney Yesterday; Eleanor Rigby; Fool on the Hill
    Harrison Here Comes The Sun

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