Sabine Beisswenger, born in Schwäbisch Gmünd (Baden-Württemberg, Germany) started to get involved with contemporary music during her studies at the College of Music in Stuttgart. Her professors were Jean-Claude Gérarde and Davide Formisano, later Antje Langkafel. In 2013, she finished her Masters degree in “contemporary music” with honors.
Sabine was particularly inspired by Carine Levine and Helen Bledsoe, further lasting inspiration came from the composers Helmut Lachenmann and Caspar Johannes Walter, whom she met personally.
During her studies, Sabine received a scholarship from the Yehudi-Menuhin-Stiftung Live Music Now in Stuttgart. She performed numerous ouevres, some of which had been dedicated to her. Together with her trio partners, she actively supports new compositions for the combination of flute, cello and voice.
Sabine has taught children in flute since her studies. Today, she is a teacher for flute at the Schools of Music in Stuttgart and Schorndorf (Baden-Württemberg).