As a flute player Sabine Vogel focuses on sound and improvisation, using extended techniques, both acoustic as well as electronic, creating a very personal contemporary language for the flute.

Also, she creates site specific work in the natural environment as well as concert installations and performances relating to her work outside in the fields.

Projects and concerts lead her around whole Europe, America and Australia.

Her current projects are: Recorded Landscapes, a project, that relates to homelands, landscape and identity, Sonic Pilgrimage, walking old paths and record on different stations on the way, hatifnatten with voice artist Ute Wassermann, Ornis, an audio-visual duo with British artist Kathy Hinde. She was part of Landscape Quartet, an environmental sound art project with Bennett Hogg, Matt Sansom and Stefan Österjö, funded by AHRC. She is a member of the Splitter Orchester, a 24-piece improvising orchestra, based in Berlin.

Sabine Vogel has played and worked a.o. with George Lewis, Anthony Braxton, Tony Buck, Jim Denley, Alex Nowitz, Magda Mayas, Marta Zapparoli, Andrea Neumann etc.

2022 she was a fellow at Villa Aurora in Los Angeles

In 2019 she got funding for her project “Recorded Landscapes” by Muskifonds and project funds of the city Potsdam.

She got grants fromMusikfonds, INITIAL and by the state of Brandenburg, residence grants at Künstlerhaus Lukas (Ahrenshoop), at STEIM / Amsterdam, Bogong Centre for Sound Culture, (AUS), AIR Niederösterreich. She was several times guest-composer at EMS (Stockholm) and the project “Landscape Quartet” received an artistic research grant from AHRC.

Sabine Vogel has a number of CDs released, solo as well as in different formations. Her article „Tuning – In” was published in the magazine „Contemporary Music Review: Music and Landscape”in March 2016.

Sabine Vogel has a teaching position for flute at the University Potsdam and a teaching psoition with Soundpainting, a multidisciplinary sign language for realtime composition, at the HMT Rostock.

She was reviewer for the NIME conference 2014 in London and in 2018 she was part of the international jury for the DAAD artist program (for music/composition) and was 2019/ 2020 part of the jury of the Initiative New Music, Berlin and just got reelected for 2021/2022.