Sat, November 3, 2018 9:00 am – Sun, November 4, 2018

Location: Hunter Mountain, New York
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  • Indian Classical Music

    Indian Classical Music
    Steve Gorn has performed Indian classical music on the bansuri bamboo flute in concerts and festivals throughout the world. A disciple of Sri Gour Goswami of Kolkata, and Pandit Raghunath Seth of Mumbai,he is well known to audiences in India and the west. He has been praised by critics and leading Indian musicians as one of the few westerners recognized to have captured the subtlety and beauty of Indian music.
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  1. Basant
  2. Anatolia
  3. Jaijaivanti
  4. Lalit
  5. Krishna
  6. Pulse
  7. Cassandra
  8. Journey Through

Light and dark, safety and uncertainty, known and unknown; this is the journey through the precious human realm. Through this music I wish to embrace it all. Contemplation, joy, sadness and solitude – It’s all there – a true feast offering.

Between Two Worlds features my clarinet played in Armenian ‘duduk’ style and my bansuri flute. Have a listen to the samples and enjoy.



The Transformative Power of Music
Far more than entertainment, music is a portal
for mind-body synchronization; a conduit for engagement in ritual, group catharsis, entrainment and a holder of mythology and history.

In this 20 minute talk, given at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, in Troy, NY. Steve Gorn explores The Transformative Power of Music in words and live performance.


Featured Performance

RagaChitram TV Show presents Hindustani Flute Concert featuring Steve Gorn (Flute), Naren Budhakar (Tabla) and Sam ShivRaj (Tanpura).

Featured Recordings


Steve Gorn, Manose and Ty Burhoe

Steve Gorn/Samir Chatterjee
luminousLuminous Ragas

Steve Gorn

Steve Gorn/Pamela Miles
shadesoftime400Siladette Awakening:
Shades of Time

Steve Gorn, Raùl Tudòn,
Georg Hofmann


Upcoming Events

Wed, October 24, 2018  
 – Sat, October 27, 2018
7:00 pm  
– 9:30 pm

Jerome Robbins’ Noh-inspired dance piece follows a male figure (New York City Ballet principal dancer Joaquin De Luz, who retires this fall) through scenes from his youth, each moment of his journey conveyed in studied, deliberate articulations. Framed by lunar and seasonal transitions, this rarely performed work—beautifully reimagined for BAM’s Fishman Space stage by director-choreographer Luca Veggetti—is a rumination on experience and memory, named for the beloved Long Island town. Featuring composer Teiji Ito’s score for six musicians—prominently featuring the shakuhachi, the 13th-century flute played by Buddhist priests—Watermillis a study of time that still quietly resonates nearly a half-century after it was first staged.
directed by Luca Veggetti
Music by Teiji Ito
Ralph Samuelson   shakuhachi
Steve Gorn (music direction) bansuri and Hichiriki
Mara Purl   koto
Yukio Tsuji   percussion
Tavia Ito   shakuhachi and percussion

Brooklyn Music Academy

Sat, November 3, 2018  
 – Sun, November 4, 2018
9:00 am  
– 8:00 pm

Annual yoga music festival
playing with Krishna Das
Radharani and others

Location: Hunter Mountain, New York
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