Milos Karadaglic engagements have included solo recital debuts at the Wigmore Hall in London and the Lucerne Festival, and concerto debuts with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and English Chamber Orchestra. Other appearances have included the Cheltenham and Spitalfields Festivals, the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad, and the 2010 iTunes Festival in London – the first time the festival had staged a classical event.
Miloš has been the recipient of many prizes, including the Julian Bream Prize, the Prince’s Prize, the Ivor Mariants Guitar Award, and the Silver Medal of the Worshipful Company of Musicians. He has taken part in several young artists’ programmes including at the Wigmore Hall, and at the Southbank Centre’s Purcell Room as part of the Park Lane Group’s New Year Series. Throughout his studies, Miloš was generously supported by the John Hosier Music Trust, Musicians Benevolent Fund and the Hattori Foundation. In turn he himself now works to support young talent as Patron of the charity Awards for Young Musicians.
Miloš is a D’Addario artist and uses J 46 strings on his 2007 Greg Smallman guitar, lent to him by an anonymous benefactor.