J.S.Bach Prelude and Fugue in A minor BWV 997
Boccherini Quintet No.4 in D, G. 448 Fandango
Enrique Granados From Las Doce danzas españolas, Op.37 / No.5 Andaluza / No.2 Oriental
Manuel de Falla Danza del Molinero (from El sombrero de tres picos)
Joaquín Rodrigo Fantasía para un gentilhombre – II. Españoleta
Anon Spanish Romance
Astor Piazzolla Libertango
Heitor Villa-Lobos Selection
George Harrison Here Comes the Sun
Lennon-McCartney The Fool on the Hill
Lennon-McCartney Eleanor Rigby
Carlo Domeniconi Koyunbaba, Op.19
“You can see why Miloš can manage to keep both the masses and the cognoscenti happy” wrote The Times of the young Montenegrin guitarist Miloš Karadaglić. “Each soft pluck had an incredible gleam and bloom that said almost as much about the audience’s concentration as it did about the playing…” BBC Music Magazine put it more simply: Miloš is “classical music’s guitar hero”, an artist whose style, subtlety and sheer charisma put him in a class of his own.
Tonight, with a team of handpicked fellow musicians, Ensemble 7, Miloš explores the entire musical universe of the classical guitar – from the timeless beauty of J.S. Bach, through the poetry of classical Spain, to the passionate music of Latin America, where the tangos of Astor Piazzolla jostle with hits by The Beatles.
Four centuries in one concert. There’s only one man who could carry that off: the man they call “the hottest guitarist in the world”.
Dates & Times
|Wed 7 Nov||7:30pm|