Oliver Herbert, cello with William Langlie-Miletich, bass

Chamber Concert series

Chamber Music concert

Sunday, January 21, 2018 4 pm

Coleman Hall

$25 in advance, $5 more day of concert; youth 7-17 free with adult


About Oliver Herbert

Eighteen-year-old cellist Oliver Herbert is from San Francisco, CA, where he has played with the San Francisco Youth Symphony while participating and placing in numerous prize competitions across the country. Currently a student at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, PA, Herbert participated as a high school student in the prestigious Yellow Barn Music Festival and the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America.


About William Langlie-Miletich

A dynamic performer of multiple genres, bassist William Langlie-Miletich, 19, got his start in music at the age of eight playing the riffs of Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin on the guitar. Since picking up the double bass at the age of 11, Langlie-Miletich has had an extensive performance career in classical, jazz, and many popular genres of music.

Langlie-Miletich has soloed with the Seattle Symphony and has been a fellow at the Aspen Music Festival and School, where he performed on NPR’s From the Top. He attended Boston University’s Tanglewood Institute, was principal double bass of the Seattle Youth Symphony, and was associate principal of the inaugural National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America on its tour of Washington, D.C., Moscow, St. Petersburg, and London.

As a jazz bassist, Langlie-Miletich was recognized in 2014 at Jazz at Lincoln Center’sEssentially Ellington contest as an outstanding bassist. He has performed in the Montreux, Lyon, and Umbria jazz festivals.

Admitted to the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia at age 16, Langlie-Miletich is the Milton Levy Fellow, and is in his second year of instruction with Harold Robinson and Edgar Meyer.



Tickets are $25 advance, $5 more day of performance;
youth 7-17 admitted free with adult.

(available soon)

For advance purchase, visit Brown Paper Tickets or call them at 1-800-838-3006.
To purchase in person, visit the Gualala Arts Center or Dolphin Gallery in Gualala.