Jeremy Manlangit started his musical journey in the 4th grade on piano. With that fundamental musical knowledge learned, he taught himself flute and quickly became principle flutist of his school’s top band, the district orchestra, and the district honor band. During his flute studies at San Diego State University, under the instruction of Pamela Vliek Martchev, he performed with the San Diego City Ballet (2013), Opera Neo (2015), as well as SDSU’s top performing groups, the Symphony Orchestra (2013-2016) and Wind Symphony (2011-2015). He has also performed in numerous musical productions such as Into the Woods, Les Misérables, West Side Story, and Annie. He has participated in masterclasses with Ben Smolen, Elise Shope Henry, Dr. John Barcellona, and Thomas Robertello. Jeremy has competed in the San Diego Flute Guild competitions twice, placing 3rd in 2013 and earning Silver in 2016’s college division.
Jeremy has also continued piano studies with a two year collegiate piano course, as well as becoming a Faber Specialist, completing a class that specializes on the Piano Adventure books by Nancy and Randall Faber and how best to teach them.
Currently, Jeremy works as a freelance musician and private instructor for the San Diego region where he aims to create and develop enriching musical experiences for his audiences and students.