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Miloš at Bristol Proms

PUBLISHED: 13:55 29 June 2015 | UPDATED: 13:55 29 June 2015

Miloš Karadaglic

Miloš Karadaglic


Miloš Karadaglić, the award-winning classical guitarist from Montenegro, is better known simply as Miloš.

That combination of breath-taking ability, coupled with informality, is the perfect fit for Bristol Proms, which presents world-class artists in the intimacy of the Old Vic theatre.

“I love the idea of Bristol Proms: of trying out something different; of appealing to a wider crowd,” Miloš told Somerset Life. “I also approach music in this way, using the guitar as a vehicle to bridge the gap between what is classical and what is main-stream. Instead of fighting against each other, with this instrument you can unite them.”

Miloš makes his Bristol Proms debut on Friday, 31st of July with From Bach To The Beatles, a programme encompassing a Bach Chaconne, Spanish classics, cool Latin music and brand new Beatles arrangements.

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