A dynamic performer of multiple genres, Will Langlie-Miletich got his start in music at the age of 8 playing the riffs of Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin on the guitar. After picking up the double bass at age 11, Will has had an extensive performance career in classical, jazz and many popular genres of music.
In 2016, Will was the first bassist ever selected for the top prize in the Klein International Strings Competition. In that competition, Will was also awarded the Pablo Casals prize for the best performance of solo Bach work. As a Klein Laureate, Will has performed with the Peninsula Symphony Orchestra, Santa Cruz Symphony and at Music in the Vineyards in the Napa Valley.
In 2018, Will was the sole bassist selected for the prestigious Marlboro Music Festival. Will has been a fellow at the Aspen Music Festival and School, and has attended Boston University’s Tanglewood Institute, and the Domaine Forget International Music Academy in Quebec, Canada.
Admitted to the Curtis Institute of Music at age 16, where he is the Milton Levy Fellow, Mr. Langlie-Miletich is in his final year of instruction with Harold Robinson and Edgar Meyer.