Milos Karadaglic Tour Dates: North America & Australia Announced

By O'Jay Burgess on Oct 08, 2012 11:44 AM EDT

Classic Brit's "Breakthrough Artist of the Year," Milos Karadaglic will be on a world tour for the remainder of the year and well into the start of next year with the classical guitarist bringing shows to North America and Australia.

The Montenegrin will arrive in North America on Oct.18 at Toronto's Royal Conservatory off the back of stops in Italy, the Netherlands, Great Britain and Ireland. This tour of North America will see Karadaglic give 11 different performances on the continent all before the end of the year.

After Karadaglic plays in Toronto he has a concert slated for Waterloo, Ontario Oct.21 concluding his Canadian part of the tour. He will then play in New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Chicago, Connecticut and then finishing his North America tour with a four day performance in Indiana.

His Australian tour will kick off immediately after his American trip and gets underway on Nov. 22 in Brisbane at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre.

Karadaglic will have performances in the Australian cities of Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and will conclude in Sydney Dec. 5 a place where he will perform twice firstly at the City Recital Hall Angel Place on Nov.24 and then at Yellow Lounge on his final day in the country.

Milos Karadaglic was born in the small European nation of Montenegro which formed a part of Yugoslavia. Karadaglic journey with the guitar started when he was a boy. Originally wanting to play the piano an instrument his family could not afford to give him.

"I liked the piano very much but my parents said it was too expensive to have one. Then I liked the violin too, but they said 'oh, that would be really painful for us!"

Karadaglic had a tough up bringing having been brought up at the time a very volatile Balkans.

"War was happening all around...It was a scary time. I remember the father of some children I played with was killed in the war, so it affected everybody indirectly," said Karadaglic.

Musically the young Montenegrin has been labeled by some critics and fans to be amongst one of the greats of his genre. The guitarist has two albums to his name the first "Mediterraneo," in 2011 and "Latino," which he released in 2012.

Milos Karadaglic- Libertango

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