Mozart Matineen im Konzerthaus Dortmund Philharmonie für Westfalen
Nemorino Scheliga, clarinet
Nemorino Scheliga was born in 1995 and at the age of 10 received his first clarinet lessons from his father. From 2008 onwards he was a pupil of the clarinetist of the Dortmund Philharmonic, Martin Bewersdorff, until he began his studies with Prof. Norbert Kaiser at the Stuttgart Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in October 2013.
In 2009 and 2012 he won first prize in the national competition "Jugend Musiziert" and was awarded several prizes of the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. Shortly afterwards he received at the "WESPE 2012" the special prize of the Irino Foundation for the best interpretation of a contemporary work. In 2012 he also won the first clarinet competition of the Deutsche Klarinettengesellschaft and the "Concours pour jeunes solistes" of the UGDA in Luxemburg.
From 2011 until 2013 he was a member of the Bundesjugendorchester and performed under famous conductors like Michael Sanderling and Sir Simon Rattle in concerts in Europe and Asia.
After his debut as a 14 year old soloist with the Korean Symphony Orchestra Nemorino Scheliga has played concerts with the Bergische Symphoniker, the Deutscher Klarinettenchor, the Dortmunder Philharmonic and the Chamber Orchestra of the Dortmund Philharmonic. Nemorino Scheliga is also an active chamber music player.
He has played in festivals like the Liesborn Chamber Music Festival and the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival in various ensembles ranging from duo to nonet. He is a member of the Monet Quintet which was founded in 2013.
He has also attended master classes given by Ralph Manno, Reiner Wehle, Sabine Meyer, Hans-Dietrich Klaus, Johannes Gmeinder, Jörg Widmann and Martin Spangenberg.