Nanna Wendelboe – Klarinet

Nanna600x800Nanna Wendelboe afsluttede sin diplomeksamen fra Det Kongelige Danske Musikkonservatorium i 2010 med højeste karakter, efter studier hos Jørgen ”Misser” Jensen, og Lee Morgan. Efterfølgende blev hun optaget i solistklassen samme sted, hvorfra hun efter studier hos John Kruse, debuterede i april 2013. Siden 2011 har hun været fastansat som 2. soloklarinettist i Helsingborg Symfoniorkester, en stilling hun vandt lige før sin diplomeksamen.

Under studiet har Nanna modtaget en lang række legater, blandt andet æreslegatet fra van Hauen. Legaterne er blevet anvendt til supplerende studier i Frankrig hos Michel Arrignon og Philippe Berrod og i USA hos Yehuda Gilad. Nanna har deltaget i flere masterclasses hos blandt andre Martin Fröst, Charles Niedich og Yehuda Gilad og har desuden i 2 sæsoner vundet en plads i det prestigefyldte European Union Youth Orchestra.

Under studiet har Nanna assisteret i de fleste landsdelsorkestre, og har desuden været ansat i Det Kongelige Kapel i en sæson. Hun har deltaget i adskillige kammermusik sammenhænge og været solist med kammerorkesteret ARCO og kammerorkesteret Øresund, og senest med Lyngby Taarbæk Symfoniorkster i foråret 2013.


Nanna Wendelboe received highest grades on her diploma exam from the Royal Danish Academy of Music in 2010, having studied with Jørgen “Misser” Jensen and Lee Morgan. She continued to the soloist’s class at the same school, studying with John Kruse, and gave her debut concert in April 2013. Since 2011, Nanna has been Associate Principal Clarinettist in Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, a position she won shortly before her diploma exam.

Nanna has received numerous scholarships during her studies, including the Van Hauen honorary scholarship. The scholarships were used to supplement her studies – in France with Michel Arrignon and Philippe Berrod, and in the USA with Yehuda Gilad. Nanna has participated in several masterclasses, including with Martin Fröst, Charles Niedich and Yehuda Gilad and has moreover played for two seasons in the prestigious European Union Youth Orchestra.

During her studies, Nanna was a substitute player in most of Denmark’s regional orchestras, and held a year-long contract in the Royal Danish Orchestra. She is an active chamber musician, and has appeared as soloist with the ARCO and Øresund chamber orchestras, and most recently with the Lyngby-Taarbæk Symphony Orchestra in the spring of 2013.