A native of Serbia, flutist Milan Jeremić, began his academic career at the Music High School “Stanković” (Belgrade, Serbia) which he completed in 2008 with the flute performance diploma. In 2012 he graduated from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem, USA) in the class of Prof. Dr. Tadeu Coelho with highest honor. Meanwhile, Mr. Jeremić took part in many festival ensembles and orchestras, such as World Youth Wind Symphony (USA), Let’s Play Orchestra (Bulgaria), International Orchestral Academy (Croatia), The Spirit of Europe (Austria), Radio Symphony Orchestra Belgrade (Serbia), German Scandinavian Youth Philharmonic (Germany) and the National Theater in Belgrade.
He is winner of numerous musical competitions and received artistic and musical impulses in master classes by Carol Wincenc, Kersten McCall, Leone Buyse, Mario Caroli, Karl-Heinz Schütz among others. Since 2013 Mr. Jeremić studies at the Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg (Nuremberg, Germany) in the class of Mr. Marcos Fregnani-Martins, where he obtained his Master of Music in 2015, and where he currently specializes in contemporary music under the mentorship of Prof. Jeremias Schwarzer.
Milan Jeremić played as an intern at the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra (season 2014/15), Munich Symphony Orchestra (season 2016), and since 2014 he is the solo flutist at the Camerata Franconia (Erlangen, Germany). Presently, Mr. Jeremić is academician at the Nuremberg Philharmonic Orchestra.
"The solo playing of ... flutist Milan Jeremic was outstanding."
- William Thomas Walker,Classical Voice of North Carolina