Fabian Hinsche has won prizes at over 10 competitions throughout Europe including renowned competitions in Spain, Italy and Greece as well as Germany and received scholarships from the Richard Wagner Association and the Friedrich-Jürgen-Sellheim-Society, and the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation Live Music Now.

Fabian Hinsche currently teaches as a visiting lecturer at the institute for music at Osnabrück academy and Zürich conservatory of music and has been guest lecturer at other conservatories and universities. Many of his students have won first prize at the competition Jugend Musiziert and have been prize winners at various international guitar competitions.

He has made several recordings as soloist and chamber musician for CD and radio.  Fabian Hinsche wrote his (Dr. phil.) thesis in media culture analysis on 'Aesthetics of musical interpretation' and is editor of the ETGA journal- the new guitar magazine.
He lectures and publishes papers on historical, guitaristic and also aesthetic matters and has edited numerous sheet music publications for various publishers including Edition Mare Duo and Trekel Verlag.
He studied guitar under Prof. Alfred Eickholt, Prof. Carlo Marchione und Prof. Hubert Käppel.