Nina Scheibe Portrait

Nina Scheibe

Artist in Residence

Nina Scheibe is the Artist in Residence for bassoon at Valdosta State University, and principal bassoon of the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra. She is also currently completing her Doctor of Music degree at Florida State University, where she holds a graduate teaching assistantship with the bassoon studio and an assistantship in the College of Music’s Office of Community Engagement and Entrepreneurship. 
Ms. Scheibe has performed with the Tallahassee Symphony, Pensacola Symphony, Northwest Florida Symphony, Hilton Head Symphony, Southeast Missouri Symphony, Hays Symphony, Tallahassee Community Chorus, Panama City Pops Orchestra, and the Heritage Philharmonic. She played her Carnegie Hall debut with the University of Kansas Wind Ensemble, performing the world premiere of Mohammed Fairouz’s In the Shadow of No Towers in 2013. She can be heard on two of the ensemble’s recordings, “In The Shadow of No Towers” and “American Landscapes,” both on the Naxos label. 
Her summer festival experiences include the Brevard Music Center Institute, Pierre Monteux School and Music Festival, Prague Summer Nights Young Artists Festival, and Marrowstone Music Festival. In the summer of 2019, Ms. Scheibe will serve as the bassoon instructor at the Midwestern Music Camps in Lawrence, Kansas, and as the bassoon fellow for Lutheran Summer Music in Valparaiso, Indiana.
An active performer and advocate of early music, Ms. Scheibe studied Baroque bassoon with Dominic Teresi at the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute in Toronto in 2016. She will return to Toronto in the summer of 2019 to study with Elena Bianchi, and will also attend the American Bach Soloists Academy in San Francisco. She is currently the Baroque bassoonist for the Tallahassee Bach Parley, and performs frequently with the Collegium Musicum at Florida State University on the Renaissance recorder, crumhorn, shawm, and rackett.
Ms. Scheibe is a student of Jeffrey Keesecker at Florida State University, where she also completed her Master of Music degree in bassoon performance. She received her Bachelor of Music in bassoon performance from the University of Kansas, where she was a student of Dr. Eric Stomberg.