Evening Standard

...No such a problem with accordionist Milos Milivojevic, born in Serbia and, like his fellow performers, a student in London. For a start, he needed no score, not even for Anthony Gilbert's Rose Luisante receiving its world premiere. Like an organ improvisation, this juxtaposed long, slow chords with fast filigrees which almost danced.
06 January 2000

Evening Standard / Reviewed by Nick Kimberley

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…No such a problem with accordionist Milos Milivojevic, born in Serbia and, like his fellow performers, a student in London. For a start, he needed no score, not even for Anthony Gilbert’s Rose Luisante receiving its world premiere. Like an organ improvisation, this juxtaposed long, slow chords with fast filigrees which almost danced.
It was clearly a thorough technical workout, which Milivojevic made sound easeful and natural. He laid out Howard Skempton’s enigmatically simple Twin Set and Pearls with calm impassivity, while Luciano Berio’s Sequenza 13, whit its fluttering tremors and wheezy groans, might have converted the most ardent accordionophobe.

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