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Friday, November 4, 2011

From Montenegro To The Classical Stage

Publicity photo of Miloš Karadaglic. (Copyright Olaf Heine/Courtesy Deutsche Grammophon)

Miloš Karadaglic. (Copyright Olaf Heine/Courtesy Deutsche Grammophon)

Miloš Karadaglic, 28, was born in Montenegro and fell in love with the classical guitar at the age of 8 when his father played him a recording of the Spanish guitarist Andrés Segovia. Music provided a refuge for both Milos and his family in the early 1990’s as war came to the Balkan region. He continued to develop his playing skills and then at the age of 16 he applied and was accepted to London’s Royal Academy of Music.

Now Miloš has released his debut album “Mediterráneo,” which has been a best seller in Europe and won him two of the U.K.’s Gramophone Awards including Young Artist of the Year.


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