july, 2021

17jul7:30 pmPostponed: London, UK - Royal Albert Hall - Recital7:30 pm

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Update:

Hello everyone, some of you may have already heard but following the Prime Minster’s announcement about the delay to the lifting of restrictions and the ongoing uncertainty of the pandemic, unfortunately my concert at the Royal Albert Hall has been postponed 😞 I am so sorry to those who have tickets but please rest assured that we are working hard to reschedule the show and will have a new date to announce very soon. If you have a booking, your tickets will be valid for the new date. Thank you all so much for your support and I look forward to playing for you soon. Stay tuned for the new date announcement!
Miloš

 

Royal Albert Hall Note:

We are currently working through what the Prime Minister’s latest announcement on Monday 22 February means for our scheduled shows. We’ll be in touch with bookers as soon as we can. Please bear with us as we confirm the status of our upcoming events. Thank you for your patience.

Award-winning guitarist MILOŠ will perform an intimate recital in-the-round at the Hall.

Last appearing at the Hall in a solo recital in 2012, ‘classical music’s guitar hero’ (BBC Music Magazine) returns in 2021 performing his greatest hits from the centre of our spectacular auditorium in this unique event.

MILOŠ’ early albums, Mediterraneo and Latino, were hugely successful, while his 2014 recording of Rodrigo’s concertos with the London Philharmonic and Yannick Nezet-Seguin had the Sunday Times calling him ‘The King of Aranjuez’. His 2016 record, Blackbird – The Beatles Album, which included duets with Gregory Porter, Tori Amos, Steven Isserlis and Anoushka Shankar, was received with unanimous acclaim. Last year saw the release of MILOŠ’ fifth studio album Sound of Silence: a musical treasure trove that includes brand new arrangements of classical repertoire, affectionate nods to the pop world, and collaborations with friends.

This concert is one of the headline events of Love Classical at the Royal Albert Hall, the home of classical music.

Repertoire to be announced soon

In association with Cunard

Time

(Saturday) 7:30 pm

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