MasterCard's Breakthrough Artist Of The Year
Classic BRIT Award Winner 2012
‘... [a] poised delivery of standards... the delicate trills of Mangoré's 'Un Sueno en la Floresta', like an insect skating across water, confirm his featherlight command of his instrument' The Independent
‘Milos' sense of pacing and his technical ease place the focus on melody. He teases out the intricate accompaniment patterns and intensifying repeated chords in Villa-Lobos' Prelude No. 1 and smoothly navigates the protracted tremolo effects of virtuoso pieces by Barrios Mangoreé. His pliant, poignant interpretation of Cardoso's "Milonga" is also a highlight.' Star Ledger
‘Karadaglic is a guitarist of superior musical and technical gifts who allows his personality to sing through the music with taste and intelligence... [there is] much to enjoy here for the most discerning aficionados, such as a fresh, sensitive account of Barrios's ‘Una limosna por el amor de Dios' and a very sexy 'Mazurka-Choro' [by Villa-Lobos] ...'Latino' is just so good that it deserves the widest possible audience... I loved every minute of it.' Gramophone
‘The young Montenegrin classical guitarist takes a charismatic tour through Latin American and Mediterranean music... The selections are varied, disarming and colorful, and Milos, as the guitarist is known, plays everything with a fine blend of flair and subtlety.' Plain Dealer
'The mood is a subtle mix: samba-juicy (Sávio's Batucada); mellow (Brouwer's Día de noviembre); nostalgic(Villa-Lobos's Mazurka-Chôrô); bittersweet (Gardel's Por una cabeza, Piazzolla's Oblivion); valedictory (Ponce's Scherzino, Barrios's Ultimo tremolo).
Karadaglic has a lovely tone, red-wine rich and fruity, with a chocolate-smooth tremolo in the long singing Barrios's melodies. The technique is impeccable, though we expect nothing less from today's virtuosos.' BBC Music Magazine