Vowinckel Antje (bio ENG)
Vowinckel was born in 1964 and grew up in the German town of Bielefelde. She studied literary music (flute and piano) and spent ten years playing the flute in the university orchestra and classical chamber ensembles, as well as in many rock and jazz ensembles.
In 1994, Vowinckel graduated with a thesis on the subject of "Collage in radio compositions" focused on the development of radiophonic art. Since then, she has worked freelance, writing her own radiophonic works. She spent five years working for Germany's Süddeutscher Rundfunk in Baden-Baden as composer, volunteer, director and dramaturge.
Since 2000, Vowinckel has lived in Berlin as an independent author of radio compositions, working for SWR, WDR, DeutschlandRadio, and RBB, among others. Her compositions have been broadcast in Switzerland, Austria, France, Croatia, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, the Czech Republic, and many other countries.
2005 Karl-Sczuka-Förderpreis for "Call Me Yesterday"
2005 The prize of Spain's RNE radio for "Call Me Yesterday"
2001 Hörspielpreis of the Berlin Academy of Arts for "Nothing hurts"
2000 the prestigious Plopp-Award for "Nachricht aus Bastia"
2000 the Prix Europe for "Daily Soap"