Angelika Sheridan

Angelika Sheridan speaks as a flutist (bass and c-flute) an own unique sound language. Through the combination of traditional tone production, extended and self developed techniques she defines the sound of her instrument new, beyond usual flute clichés. Sheridan works internationally as a performer of contemporary written and improvised music. She takes part in different ensembles and projects, also in intermedial contexts, involving dance and silent movies. (ensemble ]h[iatus, Sichtlaut). Angelika Sheridan studied classical flute at the Folkwang Hochschule Essen and studied further improvisation and experimental music with Ran Blake und John Heiss in Boston, USA. She lives in Cologne, Germany, where she teaches at the music conservatory. She has worked with Peter Kowald, Michel Doneda, Carl Ludwig Hübsch, Hans Schneider, Gunda Gottschalk, Sebastian Gramss, Matthias Schubert, Dirk Marwedel, Wolfgang Schliemann, Alexander Frangenheim, Thomas Lehn, Le Quan Ninh, Geraldine Keller, John Butcher, Paul Lytton, John Hollenbeck etc.